This fruit-forward Chilean red wine turns heads
If you’re looking for a head-spinning red, the 2017 Casa Silva Carmenere Los Lingues Vineyard features a finish that lasts through your final bite of beef or lamb. With wild black fruit flavors from carmenere, a lesser-known grape of Bordeaux grown to perfection in Chile, this vino offers more oomph than Chilean merlot and more juiciness than Chilean cabernet.
Available at the Readers’ Choice Favorite Wine Bar: Sasha’s. $36. sashaswinebar.com
Glenn Bardgett is a longtime contributor to Sauce Magazine and wine director at Annie Gunn's.
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