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Saturated ruby. Sexy, expansive aromas of blackberry, cherry-vanilla and spice cake, accentuated by suave tobacco and herbal qualities and a touch of woodsmoke. Lush and creamy on entry, then tighter in the mid-palate, offering sweet red and dark berry preserve and vanilla flavors and a more serious note of bitter cherry. The dark fruit and vanilla notes carry through a long, gently tannic, spicy finish. I'll bet this wine will be drinking well by its seventh birthday but it also has the depth to age.

International Wine Cellar
May 2011

Ruby-red. Intense, spice-accented aromas of dried cherry, redcurrant and pipe tobacco, with a hint of cedar in the background. Fleshy and sweet, showing a seamless texture to the deep, bright red fruit compote and candied rose flavors. Picks up a smoky quality with air and finishes with outstanding clarity and lingering smokiness. While this complex wine is approachable now, especially with some aeration, its track record for aging suggests that at least another five years of patience would be rewarded.

International Wine Cellar
May 2012

From a vineyard planted in the early 1970s in Alto Jahuel, this is a classic Chilean cabernet. The 2005 vintage produced an exceptional Casa Real, with aromas of tobacco and rosemary that meld with the seductive, black fruit flavors. It's soft and warm, a meaty cabernet for steak.

Wines & Spirits
February 2010

The 2009 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon has a well-defined nose of blackberry, raspberry, mint and a touch of juniper berry. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp, grainy tannins, good fruit concentration with tobacco infused, masculine, dry black fruit on the austere but nicely defined finish.

Wine Advocate
December 2012

...This 2011 has a meaty, smoky nose which turns to some red and black fruit (damsons), with cassis, revealing a very ripe Cabernet with a spicy background and a pinch of mint. It manages to keep the freshness and has pungent flavors...The old vines behave in incredible ways, as the late harvest did not produce any unbalances in the wine.

Wine Advocate
June 2014

It has a beautiful nose of red currants, fresh fruit (blood orange), some spices and a clear note of mint that adds freshness and complexity to the wine. The tannins are sweet, very fine, with strong, clean flavors and the note of mint making a comeback in the long finish. Very complete and balanced, true to the grape and the place: pure Maipo Cabernet.

Wine Advocate
June 2010

I had an early tasting of the 2012 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon soon after bottling that I kept for this article. It was a warm, rich, concentrated and powerful but fine vintage. The nose has the exuberance of the 2010 with aromas of flowers, ripe black fruit, damsons, and cherries with spicy touches and a hint of mint. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe tannins and a slightly chalky texture. This is extremely young and unevolved. I tasted some older vintages, down to 1998, which was a cool vintage with a nose of leather and cured meat; and 2008, which, ten years later, still kept the same character. This is one of those wines that are never out of fashion, but it?s not really fashionable either. It?s a true classic. It?s the prototype of Cabernet Sauvignon from Maipo.

Wine Advocate
December 2015

The 2011 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon is a classical Maipo Cabernet with its minty aromas, cedar wood, tobacco, spices and anherbal twist. The palate is seamless, juicy with very good balance, refined tannins and a remarkable length.

Wine Advocate
December 2015

One of Chile?s benchmark wines is typically clean, pure and inviting. The nose is ripe and lusty, while the palate is vital, juicy, fresh and crisp, with fine Cabernet flavors of black currant, cherry, chocolate and more. Probably the closest thing in style to great Napa Valley Cab; deep, dense and long on the finish. A hearty but refined wine to drink now through 2017.

Wine Enthusiast
June 2011

After a rooty, spicy opening that includes aromas of tree bark, leather, marzipan and ripe berry fruits, this perennial winner shows superb balance, mouthfeel and overall integration. Flavors of cassis, cherry, plum, dry spice and chocolate finish long, lightly herbal and with complexities.

Wine Enthusiast
December 31, 2013

Despite cool conditions in 2011, or quite possibly because of them, this is thriving. Aromas of cedar, earth, spice and berry fruits are stylish and comported. The palate on this perennially superb Cabernet is focused, intense and balanced. Flavors of spicy red currant and briary berry are thorough and finish with length on a mocha note. Drink through 2026.

Wine Enthusiast
March 2016

Cherry, cassis and linzer torte flavors course along, liberally laced with toasty vanilla notes, which lend a slightly firm edge to the finish. A touch shy on purity, but solid enough.

Wine Spectator
Web Only 2011

This ripe and polished red features forward yet dense cassis, kirsch and raspberry reduction notes that remain fresh and focused, with savory hints of licorice, fine herbs and tobacco gracing the long finish. Drink now through 2016.

Wine Spectator
December 15, 2012

A dense, ripe and rich red, with notes of green herb to the dark plum, mocha and currant flavors, backed by firm acidity. A snap of licorice appears on the long and juicy finish.

Wine Spectator
December 2013

This rich style drips with chocolate mousse notes that envelop a concentrated core of dark currant, roasted plum and black fig flavors. Shows plenty of mocha and cocoa powder details as well, with hints of mint, all supported by fresh acidity.

Wine Spectator
May 31, 2014

Santa Rita's flagship Cabernet Sauvignon Legendary Decanter Magazine. The only Chilean wine recognized by Decanter Magazine as Wine Legend. Ranking it among the best wines in the world.

Wine Spectator
May 2014 & December 2014

Plush and spicy, with rich-tasting, juicy flavors of dark cherry, raspberry and plum tart. Delivers sleek mineral and slate notes, leading to a finish that oozes with chocolate mousse and cream accents, with hints of mint.

Wine Spectator
May 2015

Concentrated and well-structured, with good cut to the dried cherry, raspberry and savory herbal flavors. Minerally midpalate, featuring notes of white pepper on the finish, accented by floral, citrusy hints. Drink now through 2020.

Wine Spectator
December 31, 2016

This top-shelf Cabernet never fails, and in this warm year the wine is dark in color, with lush yet precise aromas of graphite, fresh blackberry, baking spices and forest floor. A deep palate is just racy enough, while spicy flavors of cassis include integrated herbal notes. Closing flavors of coffee and chocolate, along with soft tannins, make this approachable now and best through 2022. 

Wine Enthusiast
March 2017
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