2006 Casa Lapostolle "Clos Apalta" Colchagua Valley

SKU #1047246

94 points Wine Spectator: "Ripe and packed, especially for the vintage, with gorgeous blackberry, blueberry and fig fruit flavors liberally laced with bittersweet cocoa and Turkish coffee notes. Muscular but rounded, with briar and mineral notes buried deep on the fleshy finish. Impressive combination of density and purity. Carmenère, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot." (Web only, 2009) This is a blockbuster wine. The 2005 vintage was the Wine Spectator "Wine of the Year" in 2008, and has made that magazine's Top 10 list three times. It was named the "Best New World Winery of 2008" by the Wine Enthusiast, and Parker's reviews range from 90-93 points. In addition to all those accodlades, the Clos Apalta is made from Casa Lapostolle's oldest vines (ranging from 65 to 100 years old), all tended organically and biodynamically and dry-farmed to less than 2 tons per acre. What does all this mean? Great wine that you won't want to miss. The Clos Apalta always sells out quickly, so don't wait.

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