Planted in Chilean soil, the Clos Apalta vines extend along the hillsides. Considered among the most prestigious wines in the world, it was recently awarded 100 points by the American critic James Suckling in his annual review. It was the 2014 vintage that received the ultimate accolade and saw off competition from 800 wines sampled for the occasion.span>
Clos Apalta was founded by Alexandra Marnier-Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet, a family devoted to making prestigious wines and spirits since 1827. Today, James Suckling describes their wine as being the most accomplished cuvée. Try it when you stay at the Lapostolle Residence in the Colchagua Valley, Chile.
Discover all six floors of Clos Apalta's impressive wine cellars, which extend 25 metres below ground.
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