James Suckling, one of the most influential wine critics in the world, spent some time in Chile and Argentina during April of this year to create his “The 100 Best Wines of the Andes“ list. It is in this ranking that Almaviva 2015 took the first place amongst more than 1.800 wines, standing out for its “depth and energy” and considered as a “benchmark for the reds of The Andes” by Suckling himself.
Suckling’s previous report, titled “The Time for Chilean Wine is Now”, gave a perfect score to Almaviva 2015, it described it as “glorious and complex,” a reward for the focus on harmony and precision of this wine.
The perfect score and this new recognition are a pride for the team of the successful Franco-Chilean joint venture.
The 100 Best Wines of Los Andes