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William Fevre

Chile, Cabernet Sauvignon, William Fevre, Gran Cuvée, D.O. Pirque, Valle del Maipo, 2009


Rated 2 hours post decant. N/ Big, warm, oak and plum bomb with dried dates squished into wet forest floor. Lightly acidic river rocks. Aged leather. Flint. Good cherry cough syrup. T/ Medium-full mouthfeel. Full black fruits, blackcherries and red berries. Tobacco leaf and forest floor notes. Still quite a cranberry pucker kicking about, even […]

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Chile, Carmenère and Cabernet Franc, William Fevre, Gran Cuvée, Gran Reserva, Pirque, Maipo Valley, 2007

Red Blend of 85% Carmenère and 15% Cabernet Franc. Note: 2 out of 3 bottles I recently had of Fevre’s Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon suffered from humid, crappy, corks that rendered the wines oxidized – so while I could tell there was decent wine underneath the rust, I did not have high hopes for this Carmenère. […]

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