Rihann says: “Like the vintage bicycle on the label suggests, this was never going to be an easy ride. However, if you give this wine a fair chance and picture yourself on an old bicycle, on a dirt road in the Colchagua valley, everything is easier from there. The tannins are at times slightly bumpy but at other times present and pleasant. What I liked the most about this wine is its honesty and balance. The Carmenere grape provides a solid, yet soft dark fruit structure. The Cabernet Sauv gives the wine acidity and balances the fruit nicely. In addition to the dark fruit, I picked up interesting aromas of pepper and spice, cloves and cinnamon. A decent well behaved wine that can be a good companion to a wide variety of dishes.”
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