Vina Cantaluna Carmenere Reserva Colchagua Valley Chile 2012
100% Carmenere. This wine needs about 45 minutes of decanting before drinking. The color is a deep ruby with the meniscus is showing tinges of garnet color. Savory aromas of leather, barnyard funk, herbal, earth, raspberry, bramble and tomato leaf. Flavor

$15.99

Cuvelier Los Andes Malbec Uco Valley Argentina 2016
100% Malbec. Intense ruby, red in color with violet reflections. Aromas are a complex blend of minerals, prunes, white pepper, and marmalade. Balanced flavors of black fruits to include blackberries, black plums, black cherries, cassis, oak, leather, choc

$22.99

Bazan Reserve Line Red Blend Mendoza Argentina 2015
40% Malbec, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot. Aromas of blackberry, blueberry, and bramble with light floral notes of violets and roses. On the palate mirror with added notes of ripe raspberry and red cherry, adding earthiness and richness. Mid palate e

$16.99

Zuccardi Serie A Torrontés Salta Argentina 2020
100% Torrontes. Yellow-green hews. Fairly aromatic wine with notes of citrus blossom, grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, passion fruit, zest, green apple, pear, pineapple, mango, apricot, peach, and lychee. The wine is medium body with medium plus in acidit

$16.99

Aim High Bulk Hand Sanitizer 1oz (70% ABV)
Sold by the oz. Bring your own bottle. At additional cost we have a limited supply of empty 3oz squeeze bottles and 8oz spray bottles you may purchase for filling.

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How did Carmenere come to Chile?

Being autonomous, Chileans were free to travel the world and own land. Viticulture was on the rise as clippings from European vines were brought back to Chile to be produced into wine for personal and local consumption. One Landowner was Silvestre Ochagavia, who in 1851, pioneered the commercializing the wine industry.

When is Orange Not Orange?

This coming weekend, September 10th and 11th, City Vino will be featuring wines that fall under the classification as “orange” wines. They are not made from the citrus globes of fruity delight, though they may have a color that is more in the orange color palette.