The 2007 Kingston Family 'Alazan' Pinot Noir from the Casablanca Valley ($30) features a bouquet of mushroom and forest floor with flavors of plum and dark cherry. The 2008 Los Vascos 'Reserve' Cabernet Sauvignon ($14) has flavors of blackberry jam, ripe black plums, dark cherries and tobacco with notes of vanilla and licorice. The 2007 Santa Carolina 'Herencia' Carménère ($15) is often referred to a merlot, but Chile has adopted this French red varietal as its national grape. This version has flavors of plum, cherry, tobacco with hints of vanilla and espresso. The 2006 Maquis 'Lien' Red Wine ($18) is made from a blend of syrah, carménère, cabernet franc, petite verdot and merlot and has flavors of dark plum, blackberry, blueberry cobbler and pepper. Another wine to try: The 2008 Tabali 'Reserve' Syrah ($16)
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