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Region Producersort descending Vintage Name Qty Unit Case Size Format Price Note Rating
Chile Errazuriz 2016 Vinedo Chadwick 2 Case 3 150cl £1,320
  • The blue fruit and dark berry aromas are so attractive and catching. Black licorice and blackberry notes. Full body, chewy yet polished tannins. I like the way the wine rolls over the tongue. Beautiful finish. One of the most structured Viñedo Chadwicks ever. A great bottle. Needs four to five years to soften.

    Score: 99 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, March 2018

Tasting Notes
99
Chile Errazuriz 2016 Vinedo Chadwick 1 Bottle 300cl £880
  • The blue fruit and dark berry aromas are so attractive and catching. Black licorice and blackberry notes. Full body, chewy yet polished tannins. I like the way the wine rolls over the tongue. Beautiful finish. One of the most structured Viñedo Chadwicks ever. A great bottle. Needs four to five years to soften.

    Score: 99 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, March 2018

Tasting Notes
99
Chile Mondavi & Chadwick 2015 Sena 3 Bottle 150cl £150
96
Chile Mondavi & Chadwick 2015 Sena 3 Case 3 150cl £450
96
Chile Mondavi & Chadwick 2015 Sena 2 Bottle 300cl £340
96
Chile Mondavi & Chadwick 2015 Sena 3 Case 6 75cl £450
96
Chile 2015 Vina Almaviva 1 Case 6 75cl £680
  • Rating

    93+

    Release Price

    $135

    Drink Date

    2018 - 2030

    Reviewed by

     Luis Gutiérrez

    Issue Date

    6th Sep 2018

    Source

    Mid-September New Releases, The Wine Advocate

    2015 was a dry and warm year, and the 2015 Almaviva shows ripe and voluptuous, with a full body and sweet fruit on the finish. The varietal breakdown is 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Carménère, 5% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot; the high percentage of the Carménère, a constant in warmer years, comes from Puente Alto and also Peumo, the classical zone for the grape in Cachapoal. The élevage was in 82% new barriques and lasted 18 months. It's creamy and sleek, with polished tannins. It was a ripe and dry year, with higher yields than 2014, which is more concentrated; in 2015 the yields were a little higher with slightly larger grapes and bunches, and for winemaker Michel Friou, this results in better balance, with a ratio of skin to juice that is more balanced than in years when the grapes are smaller and might produce very tannic wines. However, the wines show very consistent in the last few years, always harmonious and combining power with elegance while showing the nuances from the year, which tend not to be huge. This has a little less alcohol than the 2014, and the day I tasted it, it showed more Cabernet Sauvignon personality. This is more approachable than the 2014. 180,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in January 2017.

Tasting Notes
93
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