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2009 Vina Quebrada de Macul Cabernet Sauvignon Domus Aurea Maipo Valley

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92 Points | International Wine Cellar , March 2013

(includes 10% merlot and 4% cabernet franc, merlot and petit verdot):  Vivid ruby.  A heady, seductively perfumed bouquet evokes dark berry preserves, apricot, orange zest and violet, plus vanilla and mocha overtones.  Pliant, appealingly sweet blackberry and cherry compote flavors show very good depth and vivacity, with a bitter chocolate nuance appearing on the back half.  Closes sweet and very long, with resonating spiciness and a touch of anise.

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