Having resumed my wine supplies from home, my hubby is the one who's in charge to keep my glass full and my heart in love. And follow my thoughts, why not to share with some of my impressions about middle class affordable wine.
Yesterday's evening was a sip of Panilonco Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile 2014.
That's what I found on the web:
Panilonco Cabernet Sauvignon is a great representation of the wine upon which Chile's wine industry hangs its hat. Its deep red hue reveals ripe red berries, blackberries, plums and black pepper on the palate. The mouth feel is full and supple, with velvety tannins and a long, round aftertaste. It's a big wine at the very small price of$4.99* a bottle. If you've been bemoaning the dearth of affordable, available California Cabernets, Panilonco Cabernet Sauvignon is a must-try.
I'd like to point out that descovering the New World Wine is enchanting. It's like a new toy in your childhood. All new, smells good and makes you smile:)
So, as of this Cabernet Sauvignon, it's still young. It's all gorge, but I do consider its best value still to come.
The color as my previous night was young. Of course all that creamy structure, black currant tones are all at their fair places, tannins are the ones who close the first impression, and a vivid bitterness reopens the pleasure in an after tone.
But wait, we have tonight and a little more time to breathe for this liquid of God.