P.K.N.T. 2008 Carmenere

Chile, Viticultural Region of the Central Valley, Rapel Valley
This wine is fun because it is just a bit different from what I usually drink, but nothing unfamiliar and extreme.
Vineyard: P.K.N.T.
Color: Red
Year: 2008
Country: Chile
Logged on: 2010-10-09
Region: Viticultural Region of the Central Valley
Sub Region: Rapel Valley
Grape: Carmenere
Speciality: Silver Collection
Alcohol Content: 13.5
Date Drank: 2010-10-09
Price: $ 7.99
Size: Bottle 750ml
Purchase Location: Winery
Purchase Location Name: Simply Wines
Storage Temperature: Room
Drinking Temperature: Room
Label: Silver Chili, Purple Label
Taste: A bit acidic, dark, almost chocolate
Finish: Warm, smooth
Nose: Sweet
Appearance: Deep, deep red
Positives: Deep taste, dark color.
Negatives: It can't decide what it wants to be.
Buy Again? Yes


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