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2002 Santa Ema Catalina (750ml)
Producer: Bodega Santa Ema santaema.cl
Appellation: Cachapoal - Rapel Valle - Chile
Type: red
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon - Carmenère - Cabernet Franc
Maturity: Drink
Rating: Excellent
Est. Price: US$25.00
Tasting Notes:
tasted: January 23, 2007 , from a member
89 points "Color: bright; Nose: closed; Acidity: green; Body: light-bodied; Finish: short; Overall: pleasant; "
tasted: February 1, 2009 , Lena Lamel
87 points
rated: August 30, 2006 , Richard Stetler's The Best Cellar
"Combines savory black currents, plums, and black cherries. But what lifts the wine to a higher level is a bed of tannins that is ripe and interwined with all the other flavors. The tannins keep the taste from getting sweet or flaccid, and give the wine a powerful, firm, and dry feel as well as the promise of a long life in the bottle. Yet the fruit manages to persist throughout the long aftertaste. A delightful and lovely interplay of flavors, that will only get better over the next decade." Best -2012
rated: October 29, 2006 , Michael Schachner, WINE ENTHUSIAST MAGAZINE
91 points ""Headlines include a richly perfumed nose with pulsing plum and berry along with spicy black fruit in the mout"