This beautiful and rich red blend from Chile’s Chateau Lafite Rothschild offers a nose of red fruits – cherries and blackcurrant from Cabernet Sauvignon, strawberries from Malbec, raspberries from Syrah and plums and pepper from Carmene. Together, they combine to produce a wine that will enrich a meal or offer deep satisfaction by the glass. It’s aged 12 months in 50 percent new barrels. Los Vascos Grande Reserve Colchagua 2010 should be decanted for an hour for the fullest experience. French technique and Chilean climate come together here to offer you elegance.