This is a wine that simultaneously defines elegance and power. Complex aromas of blueberry, black currant, and black licorice. Full-body yet refined and beautiful with stunning length and complexity. It has a transparency that shows such greatness and beauty. Half the normal production. Has an energy and brightness. Chile's first perfect wine and well deserved.
100 points, jamessuckling.com (September 2016)
(aged for 22 months in French oak barrels, 75 percent of them new) Bright purple color. Cherry liqueur, dark berries, potpourri and cedary oak on the seductively perfumed nose, complicated by notes of tobacco, Indian spices and cola. Seamless, fleshy, alluring sweet red and dark berry and floral pastille flavors are firmed by a spine of juicy acidity and enlivened with air. The finish repeats the cherry, spice and floral notes and hangs on with superb focus and tenacity. This wine's interplay of power and finesse is extremely impressive.
95 points, Vinous (February 2017)
The 2014 Viñedo Chadwick is their flagship pure Cabernet Sauvignon from the appellation Puente Alto in Maipo cropped from a low yielding year as the result of some frosts in September. The vines were planted in 1992 on alluvial soils with clay with a high content of stones. It has moderate alcohol and very good freshness and acidity and nicely integrated oak after the malolactic and 22 months in 75% new barriques. They did a super selection here and ended up producing almost half of the bottles they used to produce. The result is a more elegant and finer version of this bottling. A classical Maipo Cabernet with unusual elegance.
94 points, Wine Advocate (April 2017)