Chile

Chile

Formal Chilean winemaking dates back to the 1500s. Today premium vineyards are located in cooler areas with challenging soil conditions and reduced water supplies that stress the vines. Among the best varietals grown in Chile are Cabernet Sauvignon (ideally suited to Chile’s sandy soil), Chardonnay, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and the indigenous Carmenére. Having both Spanish and French influences, Chilean wines tend to be ripe and fruit-forward in flavor, similar to their Californian counterparts.
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  • Lapostolle Cuvee Alexandre Chardonnay 2013

    Casablanca Valley, Chile

    A fresh balanced Chardonnay with elegant citrus aromas and well integrated oaky notes. From a stellar winery in Chile, made in a California style. Perfect for Chardonnay lovers looking for something new to try.

  • Lapostolle Clos Apalta 2011

    Colchagua Valley, Chile

    A pinnacle wine from Lapostolle this hand-crafted red blend uniquely expresses the rich Chilean terrior with expressive notes of plums, red cherries and dry figs with notes of mocha and sweet spicy hints of vanilla and clover. A real find to enjoy now or for your cellar! 

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  • Lapostolle Collection Carmenère 2010

    A collection of 3 limited production wines each from a different region in the Colchagua Valley of Chile offering elegant and intriguing expressions of the Carmenère grape. The set contains 6 bottles, 2 of each wine, presented in an elegant collection box.

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    • Lapostolle Cuvee Alexandre Carmenere 2012

      Colchagua Valley, Chile

      The Cuvée Alexandre Carmenére is expressive and has an intense nose, packed with ripe black and red fruit aromas, savory notes and white and black spices. A true expression of Lapostolle's philosophy of keeping wines natural and intervene only when necessary. 

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