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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.  click for more details
Sku: 051214

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  Sku: 051211


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