The Wine Enthusiast published an article by Michael Schchner entitled, “The Accidental Wine”. Schachner’s article is all about Carmenere and it’s “comfortable home in Chile’s warm valleys”. Giving 12 examples of Carmenere that show a bright future for the variety, the Errazuriz 2010 Kai was on the list with a 90 point score! Click here to read the full article and see the tasting review below.
90 Points Errazuriz 2010 Kai (Aconcagua Valley) “This absurdly priced Carmenère is always one of Chile’s best, and this vintage is just fine, with cherry, cassis, graphite, herb and eucalyptus-like green aromas. The palate is chunky and round in feel, with solid acidity and plump, herbal flavors of berry fruits, olive and spice.”