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    Founded in 1892, Casa Silva is 100% owned and managed by the Silva Family, a family whose origins are from the heart of the Colchagua valley and they fiercely transfer the pride of their roots, respect for nature and the people of the Colchagua to the rest of the world. A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon & 30% Carménère, to give a ruby red coloured wine. On the nose you will find fresh and intense aromas of fudge and ripe red fruits. On the palate, it is juicy with notes of red cherries, very good acidity and soft tannins leading to a long finish. 10% of the wine is aged in French oak barrels for four months which is blended with rest of the wine which is vinified in stainless steel tanks. Fabulous with homemade burgers and chunky chips Vegan  
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    Founded in 1892, Casa Silva is 100% owned and managed by the Silva Family, a family whose origins are from the heart of the Colchagua valley and they fiercely transfer the pride of their roots, respect for nature and the people of the Colchagua to the rest of the world. 100% Carménère, hand picked with 85% aged in new French oak barrels for 12 months; 15% in stainless steel tanks. The fruit for this wine is sourced from vineyards planted in Los Lingues, 20km north-east of the Angostura site. Here the terroir gives the Carmenere a smokier, more savoury style; still with gob-fulls of blackberry and blackcurrant fruit however. A sensational wine of depth and character. Deep ruby with a violet rim. On the nose, intense, with notes of ripe black fruits with hints of wild forest fruits. On the palate, good balance between fruit and oak, good structure, powerful, sweet and round tannins, and notes of boysenberries and hints of tobacco. Excellent finish. Perfect with spicy sausage, chilli con (or sin) carne, mildly spice Indian dishes such as baba ganoush, lamb bhuna etc Vegan
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    As part of their ongoing search for the maximum expression of quality, the Silva family has been a pioneer in the production of excellent Carmeneres from their Los Lingues Vineyard at the foot of the Andes Mountains. Small sectors of this vineyard have been selected to produce this Carmenere, the result of the first micro-terroir study conducted in Chile. Intense ruby red with violet hues. On the nose, delicate aromas of red and black fruits with hints of coffee. On the palate, harmonious, with very good structure, soft tannins and notes of ripe red fruits, spices and a soft touch of black pepper. Long, lingering finish. Vintage 2012, this 100% Carmenere derives from several pre-selected micro-plots of size between 0.1 and 0.4 hectares, all from Viña Casa Silva’s Los Lingues Estate located at the foot of the Andes Mountains in the Colchagua Valley. Try with bacon (or vegan equivalent or smokey tofu) - there's a smoky edge to Carmenère that works well with dishes that include smoked bacon (think spinach, bacon and blue cheese salad) or with a hearty smoked bacon chop or rib. Empanadas, especially with green olives Vegan
  • Founded in 1892, Casa Silva is 100% owned and managed by the Silva Family, a family whose origins are from the heart of the Colchagua valley and they fiercely transfer the pride of their roots, respect for nature and the people of the Colchagua to the rest of the world. This has the blackcurrant nature of Cabernet Sauvignon, the spicy nature of Shiraz and the plum-like nature of Merlot all wrapped up in a single grape. Try with salami, Hungarian goulash or mildly spiced Indian dishes Vegan Carmenere  
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    In 1918, the year Nelson Mandela was born, South African wine farmers founded KWV (Ko-operatiewe Wijnbouwers Vereniging van Zuid-Afrika). The aim was to stabilise a young, but promising, industry. The Mentors range showcases the diversity of soils and climate in South Africa. The grapes used to craft these wines are mentored from each wines conception, through specific site selection, treatment in the vineyards, and special cellar care at the helm. Seriously special wine from talented young South African winemaker Izele Van Blerk. Only 1300 bottles produced! Full-bodied red with notes of fresh raspberry, cumin and green peppercorn with hints of plum and vanilla. It is fresh and lively with soft integrated tannins; and on the palate, the wine is voluptuous and infinitely well balanced. 18 months in new French oak. Try with Basque chicken, Indian dishes or slow braised beef
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    Los Tres Curas Carmenere is made from grapes grown in the Central Valley in Chile which is characterised by a temperate Mediterranean climate with a marked daily temperature range and the soils vary from sand to clay. The conditions produce high quality fruit and the vibrant wine has aromas of red berries and plums intermingled with spices, mocha and vanilla. On the palate are smooth silky tannins and mature berry fruit notes on the long pleasant finish. Try with a burger and chunky chips or fajitas Vegan
  • Extra savings by the case - £88.00  3 x Ponte di Rialto Prosecco NV Italy 3 x Norte Chico Chardonnay 2021, Central Valley Chile 3 x Borsao Rosado 2019 Campo de Borja Spain 3 x Norte Chico Cabernet Sauvignon 2021, Central Valley Chile  
  • Vintage 2018 - Cabernet sauvignon 85%, Syrah 10%, Carménère 5% Cromas Gran Reserva is the same wine as the former Grande Réserve. The name Los Vascos Cromas is inspired by the colours of nature to reflect how this wine express the message of the soil it is coming from and the know-how of the Los Vascos team. TASTING NOTES (AT BOTTLING): Intense ruby-red colour with glints of garnet. Initially the nose presents scents of fresh strawberry, red cherry, gooseberry and blue flowers. Then subtle notes of bay, tobacco, caramel and graphite emerge. On the palate, the wine is generous with soft yet lively tannins, leading into a long, lingering finish. 2018 offered optimal weather conditions. The season started with average rainfall in winter and spring, which provided favorable conditions for bud break and fruit onset. Minimum temperatures were mild throughout the season, and luckily no frost. The main characteristic of the summer was that temperatures remained slightly below average, which allowed grapes to ripen slowly. This factor, combined with a great after season with no precipitations, was determining for the harvest timing that started rather late once the grapes had developed fully and reached optimal phenolic ripeness. The Cabernet Sauvignon grapes for the Cromas Gran Reserva have been selected from plots at the foothills of Santa Lucia, where they benefit from an optimal exposure and light intensity. With the contrast between daytime and nighttime temperature being particularly extreme in these vineyards, the conditions are particularly favorable to a slow maturation of our emblematic varietal, with the period between veraison and maturation going up to 75 days. Cabernet Sauvignon is harvested late in the season, when the leaves have already changed color and the estate is already dressed in its vibrant autumn shades. The wine has spent 12 months ageing in oak of which 50% were new oak barrels.

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