The Colchagua Valley is is a sight to behold, with the Andes mountains towering over the eastern edge and the Pacific Ocean bordering the west. A cooler Mediterranean climate can be found here, along with just enough rainfall to foster ideal growing conditions, especially for the red varieties found in this Reserva blend. Concentrated and extracted black-red fruit flavors dominate the palate, with just enough herbal nuance to remind you that this wine's from Chile. Sophisticated oak provides support and a lingering finish. Enjoy this wine with grilled or roasted red meats.
Recipe PairingsRoasted Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Ragout
Colchagua Valley, Central Valley, Chile
Leg Of Lamb
Grilled Red Meats
The slightly fizzy, soda-like red wine Beaujolais Nouveau is produced with a process called carbonic maceration. The grapes are placed into the tank and the door sealed, so the carbon dioxide that's a byproduct of fermentation cannot escape.