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Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère 2021

Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère 2021

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The 2021 Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère (93 Points – Alistair Cooper MW, Catad’Or Wine Guide) is the most polished, sensuous, expression of Carmenère – Chile’s most emblematic grape variety – we have encountered. It wears Carmenère’s profoundly dark regal purple color and it offers an amplifying aroma of ripe red fruits: Morello cherry, plum, and assorted berries whose scents captivate the nose. Round and velvety in the mouth, yet layered with flavors, the 2021 S7 Carmenère graces the palate with beautifully textured fruit and savory chocolate tones, mingled with crushed violets and aromatic cedar. Elegant, complex, and impressively long on the finish, the delightful 2021 Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère brings its welcome from the moment it is poured. In fact, we found it downright hard to put down. Enjoy this outstanding effort now and for years to come. For optimal enjoyment we suggest serving the beautiful 2021 Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère at cool room temperature (58º-62º F) after affording it 15-20 minutes of aeration. Anticipated maturity: 2024-2031. Enjoy!

A wine with the depth and polish of the 2021 Casa Silva S7 Los Lingues Carmenère needs nothing more than a clean vessel to work its magic. For true lovers of Carmenère, nothing else will be required. Nonetheless, given the caliber of this Carmenère and the smorgasbord of flavors contained therein, pairing it with foods of comparable stature could be cause for gastronomic ecstasy. Classic cuisine, such as Beef Wellington, Pressed Duck Breast, and Rack of Lamb all pair beautifully with this wine. For the more adventuresome, consider pairing Churrasco, an Argentine or Nicaraguan-style Grilled Beef Tenderloin. It gets our nod every time we serve the finest Carmenère. The rich flavors and spicy sauces of the Churrasco complement the cornucopia of flavors in the S7 Los Lingues Carmenère. Moreover, almost any grilled meat or flavorful vegetarian dish with eggplant will find an indulgent partner in Casa Silva’s sensuous S7 Carmenère. Gourmet cheeses and dark chocolate truffles offer other gastronomic delights with this delicious Carmenère, but as you like it. Buen Provecho!

As the estate’s wines and consistent rave reviews will attest, Casa Silva continues to astound critics and consumers alike with the quality as well as the variety of the wines it fashions. Since its inception, Casa Silva has been an exemplary pioneering winery that is not afraid to push the envelope on quality in each successive vintage with its outstanding Carmenère wines, the most prized of which are the estate’s S7 Carmenère (this month’s feature) and Microterroir from Chile’s iconic Colchagua Valley. It should then come as no surprise that Casa Silva is the most highly awarded Chilean winery in the 21st century and it was named “Best Winery of Chile – 2020” by Catad’Or Wine Awards, the most prestigious international wine competition in Latin America.

Although the estate’s Colchagua vineyards are the oldest in the region, Casa Silva has only been making fine wine since 1997, the year Casa Silva began bottling premium wines under its own name. However, historical accounts tell us that the Silva family’s predecessors were pioneers in Colchagua more than a century ago, when they brought the first grape varieties from France to their Angostura estate at the base of the towering Andes. Today, the Silvas remain pioneers: they are Colchagua’s foremost experts on Carmenère, Chile’s emblematic red grape variety. They also produce the finest Sauvignon Gris and Viognier in South America, too. Casa Silva contains many old vines, some 100 years of age or more, which helps account for the quality and intensity one finds in each of the estate’s wines.

Casa Silva is located at the northern edge of the Colchagua Valley at the foot of the Cordilleran Andes, a magical land steeped in sheer physical beauty and Chilean tradition. Colchagua’s natural climatic conditions and terroir make it an extraordinary place to produce wine, which in no small way accounts for the great number of award winning wineries now in the region. In Colchagua, Carmenère is King and Casa Silva’s Los Lingues Vineyard is the most prized vineyard in the entire realm. Only the oldest and finest parcels of this great vineyard are used in making Casa Silva’s S7 and Microterroir Los Lingues Carmenère.

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