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2014 Cordillera Carmenère


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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
2017, 2015, 2012 and 2011
Appellation:Lontué Valley (Curico Valley, Chile)
Winery: Miguel Torres
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Carmenere
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%
From Miguel Torres (Lontué Valley), we received this 2014 Cordillera Carmenère ($137.93), a red wine made of carmenere of 2014 and comes with an alcohol content of 14%. According to Drinks&Co users, this red wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

Description of 2014 Cordillera Carmenère

2014 Cordillera Carmenère (Carmenere)

TASTING NOTES **Cordillera Carmenère 2014 :

  • View: red, high intensity.
  • Nose: notes of berries, eucalyptus and leather, also nuances of roasting, bay leaf, cloves, licorice and black pepper.
  • Mouth: great fullness on the palate and strong tannins. Retro-nasal aroma of toast and spices, a long finish.

APPELLATION: Curico Valley.

VINEYARD: Miguel Torres

GRAPES: 100% Carmenère.

PAIRING: grilled lamb and pork, fried meat with lots of herbs, juicy roast lamb with olives, moussaka, Mediterranean dishes or mature cheeses hearty pasta.


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Reviews of 2014 Cordillera Carmenère


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4 /5

Good red wine and reddish brown edges. Aromas of leather and tobacco pipe.It's quite dense, I liked it.
I had it at a barbecue party.
I took 2 bottles of Miguel Torres Cordillera Carmenère 2014 with a former partner.
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Miguel Torres Cordillera Carmenère 2014

4 /5

I drank this Chile Cordillera Carmenère once with my coworkers.
Amazing cherry colour. Strong aromas of oak and cedar. I drank in several day after I first opened it and, even though the days, it tasted good.
It is better not to pair this Carmenere with food, as otherwise its fabulous taste might not be appreciated adequately.
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Chile Cordillera Carmenère 2014

Reviews of other vintages of 2014 Cordillera Carmenère201720122011


It smelled of oak. Blueberry flavour.
I bought a box at Bodegas Torres and I will buy again.
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Edward Collins


Would pair it with some kind of special meat. The first time I drank it with people from Miguel Torres.
The reddish brown edges were not very nice. Definitely the wrong colour, although it was an acceptable wine. Dominating scent of red currant. The taste was like fresh grapes.
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Pamela Miller


TASTING NOTES OF 2011 Miguel Torres Cordillera Carmenère:
- View: red of great intensity.
- Nose: Splendid force the character of the variety Carmenère (berries, eucalyptus and leather), with notes of roasting and spot on- -Laurel, licorice and black pepper.
- Mouth: large amplitude in the mouth and round tannins, retronasal aromas of toast and spice and a long aftertaste.

APPELLATION: Aconcagua Valley.
VINEYARD: Bodegas Torres
GRAPES: Carmenere.

WINE PAIRING: roast lamb or pork, grilled meat, seasoned with herbs and licorice.
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Charles Walcott

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