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Chile’s iconic wine produced by Baron Philippe de Rothschild and Viña Concha y Toro. Winemaker Michel Friou, from Château Margaux and Casa Lapostolle, has created a “Chilean Opus One” that is both approachable now, but also rich, complex, and capable of aging for decades. 97 Points James Suckling "A wine with wonderful blueberry, blackberry and hints of cedar and spice. Full body, dense and beautiful fruit. Chocolate, walnut and berry. It goes on for minutes. A fabulous wine. Better in 2020 but gorgeous now.” 94 Points Wine Advocate "The current release is the 2014 Almaviva, the classical Bordeaux blend from Puente Alto, one of the most prestigious appellations in Maipo. In the last few years they have been on a quest in search of more purity, precision and character, improving the quality of the tannins to make them silkier without losing length and volume. The final blend is 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Carmenère, 8% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot; they didn't use any Merlot this time."