A Cabernet Sauvignon from Maipo that spent 16 months in French barrels, one-third of them new. Cherry red in color. The fragrant nose includes herbs, mint and menthol with fresh black currant. Very classic in style but restrained on the palate, delivering fine, polished tannins, just the right acidity and a finish with a hint of pyrazine. A delicate wine with a notably intense aftertaste. This is the ideal Chilean Cabernet. (JH) (3/2020)
91 points Wine Enthusiast
Warm berry aromas are vaguely furry and obtuse, not exact or precise. On the palate, this Old World-style Cabernet is direct and juicy, with zesty acidity creating tension. Red-currant and raspberry flavors are dry and racy on the finish ... *Cellar Selection* (MS) (11/2019)
93 points, Tim Atkin "Picked before the heavy rains that marred the 2016 vintage in central Chile, this Alto Maipo Cabernet Sauvignon has notes of mint and camphor, grassy undertones, layers of cassis and fresh tobacco, fine tannins, subtle oak and racy, refreshing acidity. 2020-26"