The Bordeaux grape variety of Cabernet Sauvignon has conquered the world.
Chile is no exception so when producers aim for concentration above all else, new world Cabernet Sauvignon can sometimes have rather coarse tannins and prickly acidity.
Sol De Andes have a slightly different approach, preferring balance and approachability over depth and intensity.
The Sol De Andes Cabernet Sauvignon has a bright, plum and berry nose with similar flavours echoed on the palate. Notes of tobacco, cocoa and vanilla oak spice are kept in check by nice ripe tannins and moderating acidity. This is very easy to drink.