- Type: Red
- Country: Chile
- Region: Aconcagua Valley
- Vintage: 2016/2017
- Producer: Errázuriz
- Primary grape: Carmenère
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £9.28
- Code: 12108
- 2017, Bronze Decanter World Wine Awards 2019
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Spicy, peppery, warming reds
- Brie de Meaux, creamy blue cheeses e.g. cambozola. Emmenthal, Cheshire. Mature hard cheeses e.g. Cheddar. Munster
- Black pepper, cloves, coriander, fennel, ginger, nutmeg, paprika, rosemary, thyme
- Seared, grilled, roasted, braised game: boar, duck, goose, grouse, pheasant, venison. Beef, lamb, sausages
- BBQ, bolognese, creambased sauces, lasagna, pepper or chilli sauces to turn up the heat
- Spicy wine intensifies heat with Mexican mole, Tex-Mex or dishes with chipotle peppers, chilli con carne.
- Spicy salads that support meat or spices e.g. red pepper, black bean and sweetcorn. Stuffed aubergine
About the Wine
This fabulous red Wine created by Errázuriz is produced in the Aconcagua Valley. Available in 75cl bottles, supplied by Hatch Mansfield. Errázuriz Carmenère, Aconcagua Valley is an inviting wine, made from Carmenère grapes. This screwcap wine is like many wines in our list, this wine is suitable for vegan diets. Carmenère matches well with lightly-spiced, savoury, meat dishes particularly those with Mediterranean herbs.
Carmenere wine has a deep red color and aromas found in red fruits, spices and berries. The tannins are gentler and softer than those in Cabernet Sauvignon and it is a medium body wine.
- Bell Pepper
- Black Plum
A viticultural paradise, where vines were introduced by the Spanish in the sixteenth century. A long, narrow country stretching 800 miles from the deserts of the north to the glacial south and it's these valleys and coasts that give the wine its variety.Explore Chile