Review: 2015 Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva Maipo Valley
This affordable Chilean cabernet offers a credible, fruit-forward construction, with tart, red berries on the nose and hints of cinnamon. The palate follows suit, layering in some orange peel alongside a grippy, tannic character. There’s nothing fancy here, and the wine’s wood profile feels underdeveloped, but for a ten-spot you can do far, far worse.
B+ / $10 / guarachiwinepartners.com