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90 • Echeverria 2010 Founder's Selection, Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo Valley $40.
Complex toasty oak notes lead with creamy black currants, incense, chocolate and eucalyptus aromas and flavors. Long olive and tea like finish. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
89 • Quasar 2009 "Perfecto", Cabernet Sauvignon, Curico Valley $25.
Dark red berry and sweet kettlecorn aromas. Medium-to-full bodied. Flavors of the forest follow through with dried leafy tannins and a hint of orange pekoe tea. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
87 • Viña Siegel 2011 Reserve, Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Valley $11.99. Best Buy.
Pleasant nose of vanilla beans, black currants, red licorice and a hint of pith. Easy flavors follow. Powdery tannins on the finish. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
87 • Echeverria 2009 Limited Edition, Cabernet Sauvignon, Curico Valley $22.
Very shy nose - subtle red currants and a hint of red licorice. Nice restrained briar berry and olive flavors on the palate with a well balanced finish and dusty tannins. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
86 • San Elias 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Valley $8.99. Best Buy.
Berry taffy candy and spumoni aromas and flavors with a silky, fruity medium body and a zippy cherry tart and bubblegum finish. Simple, fruity and fun. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
84 • Echeverria 2010 Reserva, Cabernet Sauvignon, Curico Valley $12.
Tree bark, toast, black currants and tar note aromas and flavors with a medium body and a smoky, grilled berry finish and thick tannins. Try with beef tamales. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)
82 • Sierra Batuco 2010 Reserva, Cabernet Sauvignon, Maule Valley $9.99.|Find-a-Wine|
Funky red berries, cassis, clay, twig, vanillia and balsa wood aromas and flavors. Short flavors and too tannic. (tasted on Feb-04-2013)