Carmín de Peumo 2017 had an extraordinary participation in the latest report on Chilean wines published by critic James Suckling. The report entitled “Chile’s Value Offering is Established,” recognized the great quality of the wine and its “complex sweet-tobacco and iodine character to the blackberry aromas. Roses with stems. Full-bodied, extremely silky and polished with a tight, focused palate…some black pepper at the end,” awarding it an outstanding 95 points and ranking it as one of the three best Carmeneres from Chile.
This score is also the highest ever given by the critic to the wine, explaining that it is a red wine that is “extremely long and beautiful. Very refined.”