The most sustainable winemaking country in the world, Harlowe is a classic Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon from heritage vineyards sites in the famed Central Valley. The last stop before the ascent up the Andes Mountain, the soils are alluvial (like Napa), and the altitude is at a whopping 2,100 feet. It’s how you make a $10 Cabernet Sauvignon of intense color and aromatic concentration, with bright acidity, and restrained tannins.
"With a nod to the French style Cabernet Sauvignon made famous in Bordeaux, this estate crafted red comes from high elevation vineyards in Curico. Brilliant ruby with spice-laced aromas of cherry and plums meets a medium-bodied palate with soft tannins." The Wine Buyer, 91 Points