Sanama Reserva Carmenere

Tasting Notes

Sanama Carmenere has aromas of red and black fruits and fresh red peppers, with spicy notes. On the palate it is fruity and well-structured, with round, powerful tannins and a lingering finish.


100% Carmenere

Technical Notes

Vintage 2014. Aged in French and American oak barrels for 4 months.

Food Pairing

Pair with beef, pork and game meats, pasta with spicy sauces, and cold meat like salami and prosciutto.

Did you know fact

Sanama wines come from Los Boldos’s vineyards in Santa Amalia, Chile, on the alluvial soils of the Cachapoal Andes valley. The brand is a commemoration of the ancient art of wicker design which thrived in Chilean culture. The wine’s label features a local wicker design that honors this treasured craftsmanship. Chateau Los Boldos is a unique blend of European heritage, with Chilean roots. With a French founder and acquisition by the Guedes family at Sogrape, Los Boldos wines are products of exceptional Chilean terroir, and traditional French vinification techniques.