Emiliana Coyam 2011 750ml
SKU: 3271

Emiliana Coyam 2011

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Deep purplish-red in color, with intense aromas that recall cherries and strawberries delicately blended with notes of tobacco, cedar, and rosemary with a light touch of smoke. Juicy on the palate, with sweet, ripe tannins that lend good structure and volume. Fresh and elegant with a linge- ring finish. Recommended for aging. This is a complex wine that needs intense preparations such as grilled red meats, including wagyu, beef, or lamb, served with potatoes au gratin, rice, or spicy sauces.
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Floral, lightly herbal red-fruit aromas introduce a concentrated palate with firm but not overpowering tannins and plenty of depth. Flavors of earthy, roasted berry and plum finish spicy, with notes of chocolate and olive. This is a six-grape blend led by Syrah and Carmenère, and it's fully Chilean in its nose and flavor profile. Drink through 2019.

Michael Schachner, August 1, 2014
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The 2011 Coyam is a blend of 38% Syrah, 31% Carmenere, 19% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and the rest equal parts Mourvedre (Monastrell), Malbec and Petit Verdot from the Los Robles estate in Colchagua. "Coyam" is the old word for oak forest (los robles), the name of the vineyard where the fruit is grown. The 2011 has a ripe, peachy, cherry and smoke nose, with hints of cured meats. We also tasted the 2010, 2007 and 2001 versions of this wine, all cool vintages, but the blend has been changing from eminently Bordeaux to a predominance of Syrah plus Carmenere (and the Merlot has disappeared). This has resulted in a juicier, meatier wine, with chewy tannins. This is a powerful red blend, very well crafted, slightly international-styled. Drink now-2018.

Luis Gutierrez, June 2014
Wine Spectator
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A suave red, with an intense juiciness to the raspberry, cherry and ripe tangerine flavors. Fresh acidity gives this good lift. The creamy finish is supported by medium-grained tannins. Syrah, Carmenère, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre and Malbec. Drink now through 2016. 2,000 cases imported.

Kim Marcus, May 31, 2014