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Nuevo Mundo, Maipo Valley

“Give me soft, soft static”…(Or maybe soft, soft tannin)

When does organic, Chilean Carmenere remind me of an independent, Scottish band? When the Carmenere is reviewed by a really enthusiastic Scottish wine merchant from Oddbins in Glasgow, that’s when. I’ll leave you to figure out why, accepting that the connection here is one that might be apparent only to my odd brain. The “View […]

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Nuevo Mundo Sauvignon Blanc Bottle Shot

Nuevo Mundo Sauvignon Blanc

This stainless steel fermented Sauvignon Blanc is crisp, fruity, and light. The grapes were picked at their optimum ripeness for an aromatic, fresh and balanced wine, showing all the potential of this beautiful terroir. Like all the Nuevo Mundo wines, it is produced from organically farmed grapes in Chile’s Isla de Maipo region and is certified carbon neutral. Rapidly becoming one […]

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