The Santa Monica 2004 Late Harvest White (Rapel Valley) wine is of the White Blend variety from Chile, produced within the Late Harvest vineyard in the Rapel Valley province. The cost is $17. This wine has a score of 77/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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A full-bodied wine that will be best paired with a rich, meaty dish. It is rich. The touch of spice brings out the wood and the fruit. The wine is dry and firm, with a fine, intense texture and flavors of black plum and black cherry. It is not a real dry wine, but it will be delicious at room temperature.
This is a brilliant, fresh wine, with its brilliant acidity and generous fruit. It is soft, ripe and ready to drink. The wine is light and fresh, with bright acidity. The acidity is still there to give a warm aftertaste. Drink from 2016.
The first vintage of this bottling was a superb one, but this new offering is a little less polished but equally delicious. The nose is old-fashioned, with earthy aromas of underbrush, underbrush and burning wood. The palate is slightly sweet, with a good balance of acidity and sweet flavors of blackberry and cherry. It’s a fine, rich wine with a lingering finish.
This is a light-bodied style of wine that is crisp and fresh, with an opening of dried figs and gingerbread. The flavors are light and bright, bringing out a clean and crisp texture.
This is a firm wine that needs to age. It has already begun to show its potential and should develop for some years to come. The gold color is just the tip of the iceberg. The wine needs to age, so drink from 2017.
Tight and refined, this is a fresh and fruity wine that is ready to drink. The acidity is a fine balance to the bright red fruits and fresh acidity. The wine is ready to drink now.
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