I am a big fan of the Carmenere grape and it's one the Chile does really well. I find the C del D entry level wines quite pleasing and far better than usual generic New World varietals. This one usually retails at about £7 - I picked up this bottle for £4 on a supermarket special.
Lovely youthful deep purple colour, stewed fruits and a hint of tar on the nose; fruit forward, mouthwatering damsons and black fruits in the mouth, quite tannic and needs another 6 months to a year. A little short on the finish but amazing value for money - even at the full price. 15 / 20