(2019) Spicy, full-bodied and rich, there's also elegance to the tannins and acidity of this wine, perhaps due to the relative altitude of the vineyards in the Puente Alto sub-region of Maipo, which sit at almost 650 metres above sea level. Brimming with chocolate, spice and blackcurrant aromas, the palate is juicy and lively, the refreshing burst of acidity seeing to that. Price and stockist quoted at time of review is for the 2015 vintage.