The story: Chilean wine has always been good, but who knew it could be this good? Gran Reserva means it spent at least a year in oak, which gives the wine time to settle and grow in complexity. The cooling winds of the Southern Pacific keep the grapes high in acid, but loaded with flavor.
In your mouth: I burst out of the glass with ripe pineapple and apple flavors, while a subtle creaminess keeps you guessing. You may find a hint of oak, but you won't mind. My smooth, dry finish will keep you coming back for more.