Bouchon, Granito Cabernet Sauvignon/Carménère



Julio Bouchon and his children carry on a family tradition in Chile of creating distinctive, terroir-driven wines including the celebrated País Salvaje (wild País) which is grown in a forest and requires hand harvesting on ladders some of which are 5 meters tall. Granito is a micro-terroir in a granitic soil which is more than 120 million years old. These are old vines with deep roots. This blend of 62% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38% Carménère is from Mingre estate, Maule’s dry coastal area, 28 miles from the Pacific Ocean and 193m above sea level. It’s a rich purple colour, has dark berry fruit aromas with liquorice and warm spice, is fresh and youthful in style but very approachable. Drink with roast turkey, lamb, pork, grilled mushrooms and roast pepper.

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