Louis-Antoine Luyt, Pipeño Pichihuedque

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Pichihuedque is a little fuller-bodied and more tannic versus Portezuelo (and less so compared to Coronel del Maule or Carrizal), with dried-cranberry fruit character and a warm, sweet, baking-spice finish. There is a warm, dark, almost but not quite jammy, earthy vibe.

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Made from the oldest vines in St.-Julien, planted in the 1950s. Limestone and marl soils. Harvested by hand; about half of the grapes are destemmed before a six-day maceration. Pressed into concrete...