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Family-run Casa Silva in the renowned Colchagua Valley has won ‘Winery of the Year’ an impressive five times. Gorgeously juicy and fruity, their old-vine Cabernet Carmenère is brimful with creamy toffee and cherry with a refreshing lift of freshness.
Juicy red fruits, soft tannins and silky ripe cherry
Intense, ripe red fruits – cherry and plum - and creamy toffee hints
Chile’s Colchagua Valley has received more international awards than any other Chilean wine region. Its three prime areas – the mountainous Andean sector, hot central flatlands and cool coastal region – combined form a wine with perfect balance. That’s why Casa Silva planted vines, originally imported from Bordeaux, in each of these back in 1912. These old vines produce grapes of lovely concentration – packed to the rafters with flavour. Like many great wineries, the Silva family incorporate respect for nature into their winemaking. Spending time and pouring care into the vineyard delivers authentic quality in the cellar. You can certainly taste that in this juicy, fruit-filled red. The winemaker Juan recommends it with steak pie or kebabs.