A red you want to buy by the case, one of those thirst wines is the 2015 Pour Ma Gueule. It is a complex blend from Cauquenes (Maule) and Itata, with some 50% Cinsault and one-third Cariñena, plus small amounts of Syrah, País and Malbec from old, dry-farmed vineyards. The grapes were separately harvested, fermented and aged in stainless steel and concrete vats and then were blended. It's juicy, ripe and balanced, terribly tasty, not terribly complex but greatly satisfying. All the varieties are nicely assembled, easy but not banal, with the granite minerality in the palate, which is so difficult to find in wines and even more so at this price level. A bargain!
Luis Gutiérrez, April 2017