“The finest vintage of Seña to date”
98 points – Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate
Seña – originally a collaboration between Eduardo Chadwick (owner and president of Viña Errázuriz) and Robert Mondavi – was the first wine to prove Chile’s potential for fine wine.
Based in the Aconcagua Valley, winemaker Francisco Baettig today crafts world-class reds that compete alongside Bordeaux’s finest.
The 2018 has just been released, the second vintage of Seña to be given a perfect score by critic James Suckling. He describes it as “intellectual” with “power and vibrancy”, while Luis Gutiérrez has declared it “the finest vintage of Seña to date”, rating it 98 points.
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"This is a very thoughtful Seña that shows unique aromas of warm earth, mushrooms and conifer, turning to dark berries and black olives. The palate is more glamorous with ultra-fine tannins that envelop your palate. Shows power and vibrancy at the end. Toned muscles. It’s a very intellectual wine that harkens back to the 2015. Blend of 55% cabernet sauvignon, 18% malbec, 15% carmenere, 7% cabernet franc and 5% merlot. Beautiful to try now, but better after 2023."
100 POINTS – JAMES SUCKLING