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VIK 2012

VIK by Viña VIK is a super premium red wine blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (53%), Carménère (35%), Cabernet Franc (6%), Merlot (4%) and Syrah (2%). The wine offers a very classic nose of blackcurrant, cassis and graphite with a charming natural ripeness. There is real elegance here, perfumed fruit complemented by an earthy minerality. Tannins build on the palate, fruit-coated and plush yet assertive, revealing the ageing potential to be had. Accessible now, it will be even better in a few years.


Wine File
Viña VIK
Central Valley
Sub Region:
Rapel Valley
Red Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Cabernet Sauvignon , Carménère
Bottle Size:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Units Per Bottle:

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The Producer Viña VIK | Millahue Valley, Chile

Viña VIK Millahue Valley in Chile

In 2004 Alexander Vik, a billionaire Norwegian entrepreneur had a dream - to create a world-class vineyard that would produce the best wine in South America and rank among the best in the world. In his quest Vik...

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