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Vinateros Bravos "Granitico" Itata Pais 2016

90+ Our Score
(5/2019) Named for the granite soils from which it is farmed, the Granitico is one of the purest expressions of Pais (and Chilean wine in general) one can find. Planted in one of the birthplaces of Chilean viticulture, these vines are minimum 150 years old, and winemaker Leo Erazos interferes as little as possible in the winemaking process, with minimal sulpher added at bottling. This Pais is natural but elegant, with ample aromas and flavors of dried flowers and dried berries over leaves and crushed rocks, and can be enjoyed now or over the next couple of years.
$
1999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~43 bottlesCheck all Stores

J. Bouchon "Pais Salvaje" Maule Valley Pais 2017

90 Our Score
90 Wine & Spirits
(6/2018) "Over the last five years, the pais grape has gone from being dismissed by most Chilean winemakers to finding a place in the portfolios of some of the country's most important wineries. Bouchon farms this from vines that grow up trees instead of trellises, producing a delicate wine with notes of red fruit, sharp acidity and the earthiness that's characteristic of the grape. It's the kind of wine that might have quenched the thirst of the Spanish conquistadors who brought pais to Chile."
$
1999
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750 ML
Available:
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