Sticking with Chilean Merlot, this one was the third in our tasting and runs at about $14. A more concentrated wine, with plum and raspberry notes melding with some nice oak and spice. Very easy to drink, it had the right balance of acidity and a nice tannin framework. The finish was decent and enticed me to take another sip. This wine is drinking well now and can be short-term cellared. I would drink this with pasta, perhaps veal chops and definitely some shish kebabs. 4 stars and 88 points. Salut….