Carménère:Like Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère wine is a deep red, and has a rich aroma of spice and fruit. Unlike Cabernet Sauvignon, the tannins in Carménère wine tend to be much softer, and it is drinkable at relatively young ages. In recent years however, more and more wineries have begun to produce pure Carménère wine, full of cherry, earth and in some cases dark bitters.
South American White Blend: Torrontes and Pinot Grigio from Argentina and Chardonnay from Chile make up this incredible South American blend. Torrontes is an aromatic wine with moderate acidity. Pinot Grigio smells like white fruit and jasmine and Chardonnay brings the straw, yellow colour, and a smooth pleasant finish on the palate.