Originally Posted by sequitur
We have found many very drinkable Chilean wines in the $3.50 to $4.00 range. Our cheap
boat red is a Carmen Classic Merlot at $3.65. Our cheap
white is 2010 Santa Rita 120 at $3.75. Our mid-scale boat red is 2010 Aurocano Humo Blanco Lolol Pinot Noir, which drinks like a Premier Cru Burgogne for about $15. Our mid-scale white is the 2010 Montes Leyda Sauvignon Blanc, a wonderfully crisp Sancerre-style at around $14. From this price
point upwards, there are so many superb world-class wines that Sequitur's cellars are bulging.
Thanks for the ideas. I hope these fine wines can be found outside Chile
. We live in Hong Kong
and the selection is somewhat limited. Most wine stores only have a tiny section on New World Wines and what they have tastes like it got boiled inside the top-most 40 foot container on the way over here.
Just another good reason to go to Chile
, I guess!