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Valdivieso -Caballo Loco Grand Cru Limari (Syrah)

Valdivieso -Caballo Loco Grand Cru Limari (Syrah)

$60.99/ Bottle |  $60.99/ Case (12 Bottles)

This has the ripeness of the vintage, with fresh plum and blackberry notes, but also a nice, beautiful balance on the finely nuanced, medium-bodied palate. I love the polished tannins, which make you feel the wine is gliding over your palate. Long, complete finish. - 95 Points James Suckling The syrah is all sourced from Limarí Valley. The Pacific Ocean’s cooling Camanchaca fog creeps into the valley from the west each morning and retreats as the sun rises over the Andes and bathes the vines in pure light in the afternoon. With less than 4 inches of rainfall per year,...

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Valdivieso Wines : SINCE 1879

Valdivieso's history dates back to 1879, when Don Alberto Valdivieso founded Champagne Valdivieso. They were not only the first house producing sparkling wines in Chile, but in all of South America.

The first sparkling house in America (yes, of all America) is not just a historical fact, it is the most valuable legacy left to us by our founders. An invaluable heritage, alive in every bottle and in every corner where Valdivieso is present.

Valdivieso has become the category leader in domestic and South American markets, while also expanding their export activities to European, North American and Asian markets. A century after its founding, today Viña Valdivieso offers a portfolio of high quality wines and continues in search of the best terroirs in Chile. Their efforts have awarded them international recognition.

Today, one hundred years later, Valdivieso is still the leader in its category, delivering quality products, and having the most varied portfolio in Chile.

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Macul, CHILE | S 33.4772° W 70.6189°

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This has the ripeness of the vintage, with fresh plum and blackberry notes, but also a nice, beautiful balance on the finely nuanced, medium-bodied palate. I love the polished tannins, which make you feel the wine is gliding over your palate. Long, complete finish. - 95 Points James Suckling
The syrah is all sourced from Limarí Valley. The Pacific Ocean’s cooling Camanchaca fog creeps into the valley from the west each morning and retreats as the sun rises over the Andes and bathes the vines in pure light in the afternoon. With less than 4 inches of rainfall per year, drip irrigation allows the vines to flourish as their roots dig deep into the calcareous soils. The combination creates rich wines with a distinctive mineral edge.

This has the ripeness of the vintage, with fresh plum and blackberry notes, but also a nice, beautiful balance on the finely nuanced, medium-bodied palate. I love the polished tannins, which make you feel the wine is gliding over your palate. Long, complete finish. - 95 Points James Suckling
The syrah is all sourced from Limarí Valley. The Pacific Ocean’s cooling Camanchaca fog creeps into the valley from the west each morning and retreats as the sun rises over the Andes and bathes the vines in pure light in the afternoon. With less than 4 inches of rainfall per year, drip irrigation allows the vines to flourish as their roots dig deep into the calcareous soils. The combination creates rich wines with a distinctive mineral edge.