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Sinzero selects grapes and wines from the most prestigious valleys in Chile, which pass through a delicate process where the alcohol is separated from the rest of the wine preserving the most important characteristics: colour, texture, aromas, flavours and antioxidant properties. The result: beautiful wines that can be enjoyed by all.
Ruby red appearance, with blackberry aromas and a touch of vanilla. The mouth is fruity and soft with a medium body.
With risottos, turkey, pasta, pizzas, white cheeses and stews.
I like tthe tatse even though somewhat thin. I found that if you shake up the bottle before opening, will blend the contents evenly. Didn't do that with first bottle and wondered about consistency. Don't expect it to taste like a Cabernet Sauvignon however. It stains things rather easily. But the deep red colour does look good in the glass.
I really enjoyed it!
Sinzero Cabernet Sauvignon
I had such high hopes for this. Unfortunately, it was grapey and thin and just not good. I haven't tried the white yet. I'm hoping it will be better. The G&Ts were actually good.
Well I was disappointed. Not really full bodied and no lingering taste on the palette. two bottles so far had a soft unpleasant jelly bean-like sediment blob in the final glass of the bottle. I will try the Merlot Grennache next time.