Gato Negro Cabernet Sauvignon
A generous and inviting bouquet dominated by aromas of blackberry and black currants with underlying notes of tobacco, mint and licorice adding a layer of complexity and depth. Lush fruit flavors and soft, rounded tannins fill the palate.
$11.00 / Bottle $132.00 / Case
We usually try to mix things up with different wines from all over the world, but this time we’ve decided to stick with four different wines from the same winery.
Chilean vineyards benefit from the bright sunshine and dry climate. Each of the 13 distinct regions has its own specific microclimate.
Why? Rarely, do we see wines offering such excellent value for the money and we couldn’t choose between Gato Negro’s wines so we’re just going to go ahead and offer all four of them!
Gato Negro is a well-known wine brand that has been winning awards in competitions across the globe for years. The wines are produced by one of Chile’s oldest and most respected wineries, Viña San Pedro.
San Pedro’s origins date back to 1865, when brothers Bonifacio and José Gregorio Correa, the fifth generation of the family, founded the company on land originally belonging to their ancestors.
Initially cultivated with local grape varieties, these were quickly replaced with vine cuttings brought from France, before Phylloxera devastated the vineyards of Europe.
San Pedro's headquarters are at Molina in the Curicó Valley, 200 km south of Santiago. Viña San Pedro has been owned by Compañía Cervecerías Unidas since 1994 and the winery has risen to new heights under CCU.