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2022 Carmenere Reserva, Casas del Bosque, Rapel Valley

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£14.50

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Deep red with a garnet hue. Aromas reminiscent of black cherries, plums and dry leaves with a hint of green bell pepper are complemented with tertiary notes of chocolate and spice. This Carménère is soft and plump, with supple tannins and good length.

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