Veramonte 2004 Primus
We keep trying to move away from South American wines, but they keep dragging us right back in. Our latest love is the Veramonte Primus from 2004, a very nice dry red - the earlier vintages were very highly rated and we think the '04 matches up well too.
Primus is a racy blend of Carmenere, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon made from the highest quality grapes at the Veramonte Estate. It showcases the rare Carmenere variety, a distinctive grape that has found its home in Chile.
Veramonte 2004 Primus - Bordeaux Blends Red Wine
Well structured with mature, ripe fruit that exhibits an evolved complexity with a seamless blending of the three varietals. Velvety, with a medium body and smooth, yet powerful tannins.
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Posted by Head Wino at June 27, 2007 8:22 AM