Canepa Novisimo Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

ABV: 13% Closure: Cork Serving temperature: 15ºC to 18ºC. Retailer: Naked Wines Price: £9.99 This wine is
Posted 17th March 2010        

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ABV: 13%
Closure: Cork
Serving temperature: 15ºC to 18ºC.
Retailer: Naked Wines
Price: £9.99

This wine is from the Central Valley in Chile which produces in my opinion excellent affordable red wines. There was a slight hint of tannins in the smooth to drink yet full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon leaving you wanting more and more. Although the label says I should have tasted prunes, chocolate and cassis I also got the flavour of cherries but not over fruity so it compliments food well as there are no competing tastes. An ideal match to a good English Sunday roast and I would readily buy a case.

In 1986 Canepa was apparently the first winery in Chile to install stainless steel tanks for wine production. On the label on the front of the bottle are the words “Vitam Exsolvere per Artes” meaning “The Art releases the souls”. This slogan is Chiavari’s Slogan, native to the town of Genoa where the founder José Canepa Vacarezza was born.


2 Responses to “Canepa Novisimo Cabernet Sauvignon 2009”

  1. Yummy Cabernet Sauvignon, one of my favorite wine, my mouth is watering sitting at work. Can’t wait for this weekend to pop down to my local Tesco to buy one of these.

  2. Thanks for the comment – not sure if this specific wine is available in Tesco but let us know what you enjoy 🙂

Meet the Author:
Julie & Neil Swift
This wine was reviewed by Julie and Neil Swift, both 51 years of age, and we have just had our first grandchild Zak. We live in the beautiful Peak District. Julie is the main wine taster as she was the daughter of a publican, learning to appreciate good wines from an early age. Neil has worked in the same place as a Lab Technician for the past 35 years, he was a football referee but now spends his Saturdays assessing referees. We are a very sociable couple who enjoy hosting and going to parties (most weekends!). My how time and taste buds have moved on from the Liebfraumilch days, although we believe it is making a comeback. Julie has collected menus and recipes from the 1970’s to the present day, the price of a bottle of Italian Pinot Grigio was £3.40 in 1978 in Topo Gigios restaurant in London.