Dos Almas Reserva Carménère
The palate, is a rich structure and stands out with: a balanced body and big velvety tannins that give greater volume to the wine. A clean and elegant finish.
Region: Colchagua Valley
Suggested Food Pairings: Pair with: soft cheeses, cream-based dishes, pastas and red meats; such as: pork and lamb
Colchagua Valley, in central Chile, is one of South America’s most promising wine regions. It forms the south-western half of the larger Rapel Valley region; to the north and east of it lies the less famous but equally promising Cachapoal Valley. Some of Chile’s finest red wines are made in the valley, mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère and Syrah.
The Colchagua Valley boasts a textbook wine-growing climate: warm, but cooled by ocean breezes and dry, but refreshed by rivers and occasional rainfall. The region’s desirable terroir, combined with persistent, focused marketing has made this one of Chile’s most important wine regions, along with Maipo Valley in the north. Several of Chile’s most prestigious wines come from the Colchagua Valley