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dancingpanda
Veramonte 2007 Sauvignon Blanc
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca

aldewitt
Veramonte 2007 Sauvignon Blanc
Chile, Casablanca
B+
   very drinkable on its own, not too sweet for one glass

Princess Xena
Veramonte 2000
Chile, Viticultural Region of the Central Valley, Maipo Valley

jrcerda
Primus - Veramonte 2006 Cab.Sauv36%,Syrah31% ,Merlot17%,Carmenere 16%
Chile, Viticultural Region of the Central Valley, Colchagua Valley
A

seanandmindy
Veramonte 2008 Sauvignon Blanc
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
B
   Enjoying this vineyard!

jon
Veramonte 2006
Chile
B

NE14pats
Veramonte 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile, Viticultural Region of Coquimbo,
B+
   blend CS, Carmenere, Merlot

Pamitha
Veramonte 2005 51% Merlot, 32% Cab, 17% Carmenere
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
A
   Another awesome Chilean for under $10. Veramonte is stressing the Carmenere aspect although it's only 17% of the blend.

Dark310
Veramonte 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile, Colchagua Valley

sxayarath
Veramonte 2004 Carmenere (23%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%), Merlot (47%)
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
B+

bsluka23
Veramonte 2005 Merlot
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca

wcroom
Veramonte Primus 2004
Chile
B
   (wine.com, $14, WandS90). Primus is a racy blend of Carmenčre, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon made from the highest quality grapes at the Veramonte Estate. It showcases the rare Carmenčre variety, a distinctive grape that has found its home in Chile. Well structured with mature, ripe fruit that exhibits an evolved complexity with a seamless blending of the three varietals. Velvety, with a medium body and smooth, yet powerful tannins. Once a widely planted variety in Bordeaux, Carmenčre was all but forgotten after the phylloxera outbreak in the 1880s virtually wiped it off the European wine map. The happy news is that someone carried the vine (also known as Grande Vidure and Grande Carmenet) to Chile in the 1850s. At that time, Chile was welcoming a wine renaissance. The aristocracy was moving to the countryside with the vision of creating a wine industry to rival Europe's. They planted the noble vines from France and for over a century, thought that the high-vigor vine with pink...

katiek
Veramonte 2004 Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
C-
   i agree with steve, just kinda boring. we need to start getting more variety in our wine diets...

steve
Veramonte 2004 Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
C
   Optimus anyone? I thought it'd be a fun mix of grapes, it ended up tasting like nothing special.

kittykarma
Veramonte 2005 Sauvignon Blanc
Chile
C
   Nice on the nose but the taste doesn't amount to anything

steve
Veramonte 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile, Colchagua Valley
C
   It was so so. Not too terrible, but not much great about it. A bit harsh tasting. There are too many other I liked more to say I'd drink it again.

katiek
Veramonte 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile, Colchagua Valley
C
   tasted very off at first. with time to breathe, it settled and was OK.

katiek
Veramonte 2003 Merlot
Chile, Viticultural Region of Aconcagua, Valley of Casablanca
B
   want to try again to see if the nose truly was so uncharacteristic. perhaps due to an oncoming cold...
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