Casa Silva Romano (César Noir) 2017 makes a splash in the Wine Merchant Magazine

The Romans (who else?) introduced César Noir to France and the variety has existed in Colchagua since 1912, despite rumours of extinction.

It is from these vineyards that the grapes for this intriguing and initially unforthcoming wine are sourced. But, behind the tannin and acidity, is an intense, silky treat with notes of fig, leather and rich ripe fruit.

RRP: £17

ABV: 14%

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