Renowned critic Robert Parker’s web site awarded 91 and 92 points to four emblematic wines from the Terrunyo line.
The international press has delivered excellent scores for Terrunyo yet once again, this time in the recent annual report on Chile authored by critic Luis Gutiérrez, who is responsible for tasting Chilean wines for the US-based web site The Wine Advocate.
The 2017 Sauvignon Blanc and the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon were recognized with an outstanding 92 points each, while the 2016 Terrunyo Carmenere and the 2015 Terrunyo Cabernet Sauvignon received 91 points, arming the Terrunyo line as a tremendous example for these varieties and the terroir they come from.
Gutiérrez praised the 2017 Terrunyo Sauvignon Blanc for its “sharp, austere palate, while keeping the texture and mouthfeel, with good volume.” He also emphasized the “juicy fruit and finer, more elegant tannins” of the 2016 Terrunyo Cabernet Sauvignon and the “almost sweet sensation of the fruit” in the 2015 vintage. He was also struck by the “varietal notes, herbs, pepper, and paprika” and the “dry finish with tasty flavors” of the 2016 Terrunyo Carmenere.