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Reserva Carmenere

Santa Ema Carmenere Reserva is an intense red and violet colored wine that comes from the Cachapoal Valley. It has great aromas of spices, black pepper and fruits such as blueberries and blackberries. In the mouth it is a balanced wine, with mild and mature tannins, with a pleasant finish. It goes perfectly with pastas, Chilean food, stews and casseroles.

 Producer Santa Ema
 Region Cachapoal Valley
 Country Chile
 Varietals Carmenère
 Vintage 2012

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About the Producer

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Isla de Maipo, Maipo, Chile Isla de Maipo, Maipo, Chile

In 1917 Pedro Pavone Voglino left his homeland (Piedmont, Italy), to set out on a long journey to the New World. It was his pioneer instinct that brought him to Chile and allowed him to discover the richness of the Maipo Valley. Delighted with the landscape of the area, and the special characteristics...

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