Price: Around $60
Color: Deep ruby-purple
Nose: Intense black fruit aromas with spice, clove, toast and leather
Taste: Dry, with a medium to dense body. Good acidity. Plums, violets and blackberries on the palate. Inky and jammy with a long finish. Medium tannins.
Summary: The 2009 Antiyal showsÂ good cellaring potential over the next five years. Meaty, lush, concentrated, and bold. This is an organic blend of 41% Carmenere, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 24% Syrah.
Product of Chile’s Maipo Valley.