Carmenere, 2017

Luigino Zago





Luigino Zago Carmenere 2017


The wine's story

You can always rely on the Italians when it comes to good, old-fashioned family winemaking. The Zago family fit the bill perfectly; their ancestors have been farming the land along the banks of the... read more

Sommelier notes

Carmenere is a grape variety with its origins in western France that now finds fame in Chile.

There's not a great deal of it planted across Italy, and it's mostly found in the north. Here it's commo... read more

Food pairings

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More Info

Cellar Period: 3-5 years - This will improve over the next few years, but don't be afraid to open it today!

Alcohol Level: 13.00%

    • Pairings
    • Grilled Meat
    • Sausage
    • Stewed Meat
    • Sirloin Steak
    • Spanish Cuisine
    • Production Methods
    • Alcoholic Fermentation
    • Tastes
    • Bitter
    • Rich
    • Fruity
    • Seasons
    • Winter
    • Autumn
    • Moods
    • Contemplative
    • Mood for something different
    • Oak
    • American and French Oak