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Chilean Red Wine

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fsl1970 | 22:59 Mon 10th Mar 2008 | Drinks
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Recently got a present of a delicious bottle of South American red wine which I think was simply called "Zona" and could have been a Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile. However I'm not certain and I'm kicking myself for not keeping the label! Has anyone ever heard of it and if so where could I buy it here in the UK? Thanks

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Zona simply means "region" or "zone" , so there would probably have been a name of the area that the wine came from following that on the label - can't help beyond that, but if you like Chilean / Argentinian Cabernet, try Casillero del Diablo (widely available and very good, �5 - �6 a bottle), or if you want to splash out a bit, the Montes Alpha range are very good (c. �10 a bottle, still fairly widely available) and Clos de la Siete is exceptionally good (�10 in majestic, not sure where else sells it)
Casa Piedra is also a great Chilean red wine: http://www.capitaldri...20056-750ml-p-69.html

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