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About the Wine Uncensored episode

Alejandro Garrido, the Commercial & Marketing Manager for Bodegas Tagua Tagua in Chile will be joining John Sporing, founder of A Life Well Drunk, for a WineUncensored virtual tasting on January 28, 2021 at 6:00pm USET.

In our Conversation with Alejandro, we will be guided through three Chilean wines:

  • Seleccion Carménère (Best Buy Wine & Spirits, Wine Enthusiast, and Washington Post)
  • Gran Reserva Carménère (91 James Suckling)
  • Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon (92 James Suckling).

Order at this link: http://bit.ly/A-Life-Well-Drunk-Tagua-Tagua

Note, A Life Well Drunk does not receive payment for these virtual tastings, but we do receive sample wines. We continue to do these tastings to help our winery partners during these challenging times.   

REGISTER FOR THE FREE EPISODE:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_S3a6Jn6jRwKgLLw51QKwLg

We look forward to seeing everyone again soon in person, until then we hope to see you at the tastings, even if you do not have the wines!

About the winery

Bodegas Tagua Tagua represents the spirit of their family and tradition of the Chilean wine industry from the start. The perseverance of the people, who have managed to overcome the crazy geography, and the fierceness of climatic events have allowed them to achieve a product of global excellence. The wines are the result of this adventure and reflect a family tradition through five generations.

The mission of Bodegas Tagua Tagua is that they fulfill a sustainability role in social terms with the families of the company’s workers and their community; plus a strong preservation of everything related to the natural and wild environment, through the use of agricultural practices and winemaking that go in harmony with the natural life.

Among the wines we will be tasting and discussing are two Carménère wines – considered to be part of the original six red grapes of Bordeaux, but now known as the grape of Chile.