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2012 now finished: SEÑA. Aconcagua Valley, Chile

Bin:  776

Alcohol percentage:  14%

Grape variety:

52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Carmenere, 12% Merlot, 7% Malbec, 6% Petit Verdot, matured for 22 months in French oak (70% new).


Sena started as a joint venture between Eduardo Chadwick (owner of Errazuriz) and Robert Mondavi. The first vintage was 1997. The pair split but the wine retained its reputation as Chile’s finest, particularly after winning a tasting of top Cabernets (the ‘Judgement of Berlin’, modelled on the pioneering Judgement of Paris).

Old Bridge rating:

Very plush, but very serious too. Tasted blind, I think Sonoma or Margaret River would be the first guesses.

Press review:

“A phenomenal red with aromas of blackberries, licorice, sandalwood and hot stones that turns to cigar box and hints of sweet tea. Full body, incredible depth and concentration, yet there’s also agility and playfulness to this. Long, fascinating and balanced. It talks to you. The greatest Seña ever. (Winemaker and owner agree.) There’s wonderful purity and beauty”. 98/100, James Suckling.


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