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The history of winemaking in Chile dates to the mid-16th century when Spanish missionaries planted the País grape to make sacramental wine. This variety, which goes by the name Mission in California, is still responsible for a significant portion of the annual Chilean production.

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Wine Advocate 90 Points:
The 2012 Merino Syrah is an unoaked Syrah that has a Northern Rhône feeling, with a special brightness and a wild side – slightly rustic, with aromas of smoked bacon, violets and hints of black olives.  more
Sku: 051214

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24% discount on 12 bottles for $160.68

The Legado range showcases specific varietals and their cultivation in the best terroirs of Chile resulting in wines that reflect the true character of each region. Harvested from the Norte Verde vineyard in northern Chile’s Choapa Valley, ... more
Sku: 1984006  


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