Potent, mature, woven.
Titon Vineyard, the first to be planted in the modern wave of viticulture in Chile's most northerly winegrowing region, Elqui, rests 18km inland from Pacific and is comprised of stony soils warmed by plenty of sunlight.
Outstanding and potent, the nose suggests kirsch and salted licorice, bruised plums and vanilla, raspberry compote, molasses, shaved dark chocolate, wild oregano and grilled peppers. It is supple with notable concentration and depth, mature and woven it delivers flavours of salted dried plums, chocolate, sweet brown spice and white pepper with herbal undertones. Great depth and character.
Rich Meats , Barbeque, Cheese - Hard/Aged
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Wine Scores reviewed - 2022-05-27 20:40:52.0