The Errazuriz 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon (Aconcagua Valley) wine is of the Cabernet Sauvignon variety from Chile, produced within the nan vineyard in the Aconcagua Valley province. The cost is $12. This wine has a score of 87/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a fruity wine, made from a different variety, that is full of red fruits. It is ready to drink. There is a crisp edge of acidity as well as the richness of red fruit.
This wine is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Argentino, showing a lot of the crispness of the vintage. It is light and fruity, showing a clean crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
This is a fruity, light-footed wine that is ready to drink. It has a smooth texture, a fresh edge of apple and lemon that gives a crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
Violet, fennel, tobacco and blackberry aromas define the nose. The palate offers black cherry, blackberry, anise, clove and cinnamon alongside round, polished tannins.
This wine is a touch on the sweet side, with most of the fruit coming from the vineyard. It is a firm, compact, dark wine with a substantial core of fruit. It needs to age to mellow, so drink from 2018.
This is primarily Cabernet Sauvignon, the wine’s reserve. Aromas of pressed black cherry, black plum and underbrush are followed by a full-bodied palate, which offers blackberry, plum, anise and a note of coffee. It’s a hefty wine, with a dry, velvety texture.
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