Jay S Miller: The 2001 Almaviva remains youthful. Its color is darkruby/purple and the bouquet features pain grille, violets, leather,coffee, blackberry and black currant. On the palate, the wine isbalanced and elegantly styled with excellent depth andconcentration. The ripe tannins are well concealed and will supportanother 3-5 years of cellaring. It should drink well through 2030.There is no doubt that Almaviva merits its status as one of Chile'sicon wines.