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Gê 2010

90 Points – Wine Spectator
January 2014
“A big, ripe red, with a sense of refinement to the dark plum, dried berry and blackberry jam flavors, supported by firm acidity and plenty of tannins.”

90 Points – Wine Enthusiast
September 2013

Gê 2009

91 Points – erobertparker.com
December 2012
“…It has a wonderful bouquet that is pure and refined, with notes of macerated dark cherries, cassis and crushed violets. The palate is sweet and sappy on the entry with intense notes of small dark cherries, citrus lemon, cassis and a touch of espresso towards the weighty, grippy finish.”

91 Points – Wine Spectator
“Macerated black cherry, dark plum skin and roasted game notes are featured in full force in this rich red, with layers of graphite, cedar and dusky spices unfolding on the dark finish. Syrah, Carmenère and Cabernet Sauvignon.”

92 pts + Editor’s Choice– Wine Enthusiast
March 2013
“Gê is one of Chile’s perennial best blends. It mixes Syrah, Carmenere and Cabernet Sauvignon into a lovable, complex whole. The nose is spicy yet suave, with cool berry, herb and olive aromas. It feels fresh, full and clean with olive, pepper, cherry, cassis, coffee and chocolate flavors on the palate and finish.”

Gê 2008

93 pts + Editor’s Choice– Wine Enthusiast
March 2013
“This Colchagua Valley blend smells of lead pencil, coconut, black cherry, spice and vanilla. The mouthfeel is firm, solid and complete with dark berry, fine herbs and spice flavors. On one hand, it’s fresh and alert, on the other hand it’s dense and brooding, with coffee and dark spice accents.”

Coyam 2010

91 points – winespectator.com
January 2014
“Deep, rich and well-sculpted red, with notes of granite to the dried plum, cherry and wild berry flavors that are supported lively acidity and medium-grained tannins. Long finish that echoes with graphite, mineral and hints of cigar box.”

90 Points – Wine Enthusaist
July 2013

91 points – erobertparker.com
Neal Martin, December, 2012
“…It has a harmonious bouquet with blackberry, boysenberry, licorice and a touch of tobacco that is nicely focused considering the number of varieties in the blend. The palate is medium-bodied with blackberry and spice on the entry, bold and assertive tannins that do not upset that balance since there is ample weight of pure blackberry and cassis…this is a well made wine.”

Coyam 2009

90 Points – Wine Spectator
James Molesworth, September, 2011
“Dark and muscular in style, with loam, roasted coffee and dark fig notes backed by more tar, tobacco and black cherry. Shows solid depth, with nicely buried acidity driving the finish. This has range and character.”

90 Points – Robert Parker
Jay Miller, February, 2012
“Notions of sandalwood, dried herbs, meat, underbrush, blueberry, and blackberry lead to a fullbodied, voluptuous, concentrated wine with succulent fruit, good balance, and several years of aging potential. Drink this lengthy effort from 2015 to 2024.”

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