Based on my tasting note book it would seem that I have a very strong preference towards Chilean wine. Over a third (just barely though) of the wine I have bought in the past month has been Chilean. The next runner up is... nothing! Almost every other country is represented equally, which if you're wondering is roughly a third (for each country not as a whole or we'd be missing one more third) of the Chilean wines I have bought. It seems Chile beats every other country by a factor of three. The only way I can explain this is, well... I love Chilean wine and it is priced so damn well for what it delivers. So as to not break my streak I present to you...
Region: Valle de Curico, Chile!
Notes: The aromas on this wine are awesome, but they overshadow the flavour to a certain degree. Look for: Blackberry, Dark Plum, Coffee, Leather, Rubber and Tar on the nose. Complimented by flavours of Blackberry, Dark Chocolate, Coffee, and hints of spices. Full bodied and well balanced this is a wine to try for sure. It fits solidly into the B/B+ range I give it a 'Nice!'
Side note: You can get this wine if you live in BC, Ontario, or Quebec. Maybe other places too!