• Clos Quebrada de Macul

Tasting notes: Tez 2010

2012:

Introduced by a deep and brilliant slightly purple ruby, the nose first offers its balsamic spirit with thyme notes, subtle menthol and fresh oak with successive layers. Then rise cherries, fresh raspberries and huckleberries with a background of warm stones and dry earth.

Graphite tones then come melted with spicy notes black pepper and soft nutmeg hint. The mouth begins showing great elegance, claiming clearly its personality. Balance is immediately expressed through a really juicy and silky texture.

Tannins also brings this sensation thanks to their fine and polished grain as well as their integration.

This allows a deep and fresh frame enhancing the wine character. Tannins are powerfully backing up the finish, adding density and promising a great future. Here, the spicy red fruits are the today´s speech but just an introduction to the coming complexity.

In Santiago de Chile 2019:

The 2010 is now reaching its best moment and dresses a dense and deep garnet.

The nose is wide open and gives loads of sweet menthol, subtle meaty notes and leather tones. Cedar and cigarbox are mixed with spicy blackcurrants and wild berries, amber and balsamic accents. Sheer Macúl personality.

The wide mouth offers a fused structure of fine tannins, coated by a flesh texture.

The tannic presence is a bit higher in the finish, promising more about a complexity now made of spicy ripe fruits, truffles and tobacco.

Aginig Potencial: Drink 2012-2022