If I’m correct, this is the first time I’ll be writing about a Carmenere since starting this blog. What took me so long? Well there’s so many amazing wines to talk about. I will never get to them all. And why would I want to? That’s what makes this journey brilliant. There will never be enough time to try them all. Fortunately there is time to try an assortment.
Carmenere was one of the original six grapes in France, along with Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec. It faded into obscurity until the early 90’s and now found its proper home (as the national grape) in Chile. If this story sound familiar, the same thing happened with Malbec. And now that’s the most popular grape of Argentina.
So this brings me to the 2011 Car Men Air distributed by Bronco Wine Company. I purchased this for…
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