Red Wine Chile
Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon
What Makes This Wine Popular?
Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon is like a fine work of art in a bottle. Its deep, ruby-red hue tantalizes your senses with the promise of a rich and flavorful experience. The aroma is filled with ripe blackberry, dark cherry, and currant aromas that are complemented by notes of vanilla and cedar. On the palate, it has an intense flavor profile filled with sweet plum and blackberry flavors blended with hints of tobacco, dark chocolate, and oak. The texture is velvety smooth with a long finish that leaves you wanting more. It's no wonder why this exquisite wine has become so popular - it's simply delicious!
A Little Trivia
The winery which produces the Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon is built on an old volcano crater, giving it a unique and beautiful view of the surrounding landscape. The owners have even taken advantage of this location by creating an outdoor terrace, perfect for enjoying the views with a glass of their delicious cabernet!
History of This Wine
Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon is a Chilean wine produced by the Marchigue winery in the Colchagua Valley. The winery was founded in 1998 by the family of Luis and Marcela Larrain, who had been producing wines since the early 1980s. The first vintage of Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon was released in 2002 and has since become one of their most popular wines.
The wine is made from hand-picked grapes grown on their estate vineyards, which are located at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level. The soil is composed of clay and limestone, giving the wine its unique flavor profile.
Notable vintage years include 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014. In 2008, Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon won a gold medal at the International Wine Challenge in London. In 2012 it was awarded a silver medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards in London.
What To Serve With This Wine?
Marchigue L Cabernet Sauvignon is a full-bodied red wine that pairs well with rich and flavorful dishes. This wine is robust enough to stand up to bold flavors such as grilled steak, roasted lamb, and hearty casseroles. It also pairs nicely with mushrooms, cream sauces, and aged cheeses. Its fruitiness complements dishes containing dark berries or dried fruits like figs and dates.