Biodynamic wines are a new alternative to get the quality we are used and at the same time being able to focus on cosmic energy and being respectful to the Earth. This blend of syrah, carmenere, cabernet sauvignon and other grapes shows the quality of this kind of wines: intensity and structure in each sip.
San Pedro, one of Chile's biggest wine producers, take their oldest vineyards in order to produce its icon Cabo de Hornos, an exquisite wine full of leather, pepper and fruit that makes an intense experience.
Owned by renowned banking and winemaking Rothschild family, Los Vascos is one of the most interesting wineries in Chile and this US$ 10 cabernet sauvignon proves it with great fruit and elegance that makes it a perfect example of today's Chilean winemaking.
Cabernet sauvignon offers structure and cabenet franc finesse and the y both are blended in this interesting wine from Finca Las Moras, a great match to grilled meats.
A nice option to pair with Asian cuisine dishes, this Chilean rosé is crisp, refreshing and ready to deliver.
Fine wine pioneer winery in Chile, Bodegas Miguel Torres, present this crisp and fresh wine, that adds a nice spiceness making it a one of a kind white.
The Catena family has pioneered high altitud wine growing in Mendoza and now Laura has its own winery devoted to family value. Always appreciated for its malbec, this syrah is a rare jewel that offers a tension between subtle and intense aromas and flavors tha one enjoys until the last drop.