In my mouth: A peach and citrus flavour, well rounded and surprisingly New World, with a dry crisp finish. Good light gold colour wine against a very simple label.
On the bottle: Fresh and fruity with peach and apple flavours with a light, crisp finish.
Verdict: One must always be wary with regards to Chilean Wine; they can be quite sharp and wooded. Both qualities we do not really want when having an easy drinking, light dry white. This particular bottle has surprised me and I will buy it again. The normal retail price of £5.75 is not worth it but with the 3 for £10 it brings it in line with other wines just over £3. I would caution anyone buying a bottle of Chilean wine for more that £3.50 as I really think you will be wasting your money.
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