Armador Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 from Odfjell Vineyards just got 90 points in the prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator, transforming this chilean wine in the most awarded in the history of the Odfjell norwegian shipowners winery.
Besides of the recent Wine Spectator score, add to this “historic harvest” the 92 points given by James Suckling, 91 points in Wine & Spirit, being part of the list of “Top 100 of the Year” and at a local level, 92 points in the guide ‘Descorchados’ written by the renowned journalist Patricio Tapia.
Wine Spectator, with a circulation of more than 2.2 million copies, called this Maipo Valley Cabernet Sauvignon “deeply flavorful, with lots of black fruit and spicy tones. Soft palate and media palate has good structure and a long finish with notes of chocolate mousse and creamy tones. To drink from now until 2019.”
Alejandro Abarca, CEO of Odfjell Vineyards, qualifies recognition Wine Spectator as a “confirmation once again that the path we set for ourselves, on compromise and always aim for quality, is paying off. This “historic harvest” to the vineyard reflects the consistent work of the entire team, the vision of the owners and the quality of our vineyards. Once again it confirms that our organic and biodynamic way itself is aligned with the best expression of terroir and quality as an engine of job. We are proud.”