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    *5W* 2022 Cousino-Macul “Antiguas Reservas” Chardonnay (Valle del Maipo, CL)

    5W

    Medium-bodied wines with more structure and a mouth-feel similar to whole milk

    *5W* 2022 Cousino-Macul “Antiguas Reservas” Chardonnay (Valle del Maipo, CL)

    On the palate, this Chardonnay showcases a harmonious balance between vibrant acidity and creamy texture. Flavors of green apple and citrus zest are complemented by notes of butterscotch and hazelnut, leading to a long, memorable finish. This wine truly embodies the essence of Maipo Valley terroir, offering a distinctive and expressive taste profile that will enchant even the most discerning wine enthusiasts. If you’ve never tried a wine from Chile, now is your chance!

    12 in stock!

    About The Varietal

    Chardonnay

    Chardonnay, possibly the most famous among white grape varieties, is frequently regarded as reaching its peak expression in its Burgundian birthplace. However, this grape has journeyed across the globe, and Chardonnay wines, ranging from outstanding to less inspiring, can now be discovered in various wine-producing regions worldwide.

    About The Producer

    Cousino-Macul

    Though dating back to 1760, Cousiño-Macul's origins truly began in 1856 when the winery's founder, Luis Cousiño, obtained the 1,000-hectare land of Hacienda Macul in Chile. Developing into the producer they are today, Cousiño's winemaking legacy has only grown and Cousiño-Macul has remained the only winery from the 19th-century to still belong to its founding family.