J. Bouchon País Salvaje 2016

$19.99

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Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Made from 100% Pais at an elevation of 630 feet from vines that are 120 year old. Grown 100% organic, dry-farmed & wild as you see in one of the pictures. 50% of the grapes are de-stemmed the old fashion way on a Zaranda and it goes through carbonic maceration. M+ tannins, bubble gum, strawberries, cherries, dark cherries, red rose petals & violets. The body starts light in body & style but the tannins are slightly sticky on the long finish. Very easy to drink young. 225 cases imported at a retail price of $20.

Made from 100% Pais at an elevation of 630 feet from vines that are 120 year old. Grown 100% organic, dry-farmed & wild as you see in one of the pictures. 50% of the grapes are de-stemmed the old fashion way on a Zaranda and it goes through carbonic maceration. M+ tannins, bubble gum, strawberries, cherries, dark cherries, red rose petals & violets. The body starts light in body & style but the tannins are slightly sticky on the long finish. Very easy to drink young. 225 cases imported at a retail price of $20.

8.9

Erik Nordman Delectable Pro

Some hipster glou glou on this sunny Saturday. 150 year old un-trellised País vines that grow up into the trees and are hand harvested by ladder. Native yeasts, carbonic, unfiltered. Plenty of young, fruity strawberry banana yoghurt-y character from carbonic maceration and malolactic, fresh slightly underripe raspberries, crushed granite, a bit of dried herbs, and some wild floral character as well. Medium (+) acid, light body, barely any tannin to speak of. Serve at cellar temp. Interesting stuff; like Beaujolais Nouveau on steroids. A great example of the essence of "vin de soif."

Some hipster glou glou on this sunny Saturday. 150 year old un-trellised País vines that grow up into the trees and are hand harvested by ladder. Native yeasts, carbonic, unfiltered. Plenty of young, fruity strawberry banana yoghurt-y character from carbonic maceration and malolactic, fresh slightly underripe raspberries, crushed granite, a bit of dried herbs, and some wild floral character as well. Medium (+) acid, light body, barely any tannin to speak of. Serve at cellar temp. Interesting stuff; like Beaujolais Nouveau on steroids. A great example of the essence of "vin de soif."

9.0

Megan

Not sure about this one... puckeringly sour. Might be better with food. I just wanted 1 glass, so I Coravin’d out a bit. Will try it again with food. I do love the idea that it is totally wild!

Not sure about this one... puckeringly sour. Might be better with food. I just wanted 1 glass, so I Coravin’d out a bit. Will try it again with food. I do love the idea that it is totally wild!

8.0

Stanislav Lobanov

(14.5/20) Вино с выраженным ароматом бузины, дополненным тонами ежевики и конфет. Грубые танины.

(14.5/20) Вино с выраженным ароматом бузины, дополненным тонами ежевики и конфет. Грубые танины.

8.3

Will Kerner

For a sub $20 wine, this one is a winner. The varietal originates from the Canary Islands and has been grown in Chile for hundreds of years. 12.5 alcohols makes it a perfect before 5 o'clock glass ;)

For a sub $20 wine, this one is a winner. The varietal originates from the Canary Islands and has been grown in Chile for hundreds of years. 12.5 alcohols makes it a perfect before 5 o'clock glass ;)

9.0

Location

  • 981 Sibley Memorial Highway
    Lilydale, MN 55118

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.