Santa Rita Triple C 2014 - The Vineyard
757 Turnpike St. (Inside Stop & Shop Supermarket) - North Andover MA 01845 - 978-688-5005
Santa Rita Triple C 2014
SKU: 24044

Santa Rita Triple C 2014

  • ws93
  • we92
  • js92
  • wa88


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Category Red Wine
Region Chile, Maipo Valley
Brand Santa Rita
Alcohol/vol 14.4%
This outstanding wine has an intense deep ruby ​​red color. Bouquet developed that is shown in different layers of complexity that occur during tasting and that varies over time. With the presence of red and black fruits such as currants, blueberries, notes of tobacco, chocolate and spices. Elegant, of good structure and balanced, with enough depth to mature in time. Ideal to accompany with all kinds of meats, such as pork and beef, mature cheeses, hams and chocolates.
Wine Spectator
  • ws93

Lithe and rich, with concentrated flavors of blackberry, cherry compote and plum tart that lengthen out nicely, with savory intensity. Chocolate and Asian spice notes fill the long, chiseled finish. Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère. Drink now through 2023.

Wine Enthusiast
  • we92

Earthy aromas of berry fruits introduce a flush palate that sizzles with acidity. Flavors of black fruits and toasty oak finish warm and spicy. All that energy and acidity means this will last another decade or more; drink through 2034.

Michael Schachner, November 1, 2019
James Suckling
  • js92

Rich mulberry, cassis and bitter chocoloate aromas pour from the glass, but behind the lush facade is a serious tannin structure that helps this rather opulent red stay balanced. A blend of cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon and carmenere.

Wine Advocate
  • wa88

The intensely oaky 2014 Triple C also had lactic and roasted notes that gave it a bit of a mainstream profile and a palate full of oak-related flavors, sweet spices, toast and roasted coffee. There are some herbal aromas and flavors too. I was a bit disappointed by this blend of 65% Cabernet Franc, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Carmenere. 9,632 bottles produced.

Luis Gutierrez, October 31, 2018