Chilean wine property Seña has introduced the discharge of the 2021 classic onto the high-quality wine market.
Seña 2021 represents the Chadwick household portfolio.
Seña was created in 1995, a three way partnership between two pioneers in wine, Eduardo Chadwick and Robert Mondavi. Seña is grown below biodynamic farming rules within the Aconcagua Valley.
“We’re thrilled to proceed our upward trajectory within the U.S. market as one among Chile’s key luxurious estates. The Seña 2021 classic, which has already obtained a 100-point rating, isn’t any exception to our fame of excellence,” notes Seña Government Director Magui Chadwick, Eduardo’s daughter. “This latest launch from Seña is proof that Chilean wines should exist inside the high-quality wine area worldwide.”
The 2021 classic of Seña is a mix of cabernet sauvignon, malbec, carménère and petit verdot, with ruby and violet hues, the corporate says Francisco Baettig, Seña’s Technical Director, explains, “The nostril reveals delicate notes of strawberries, cassis and rose petals, framed by hints of cloves, spice and cocoa. Pink fruit and blackcurrants, pastries and darkish chocolate make for a scrumptious palate the place the stress is completely balanced by the juicy acidity and fine-grained tannins, tracing a easy and vertical spine via the palate. This wine might be loved for a few years to return.”
Seña is launched worldwide on La Place de Bordeaux, in addition to imported into the U.S. by Shaw-Ross. The urged retail value is $150 per 750-ml. bottle.