The Emiliana Coyam displays intense dark violet-red color with aromas of ripe red and black fruits integrated with notes of spice, earth and a hint of vanilla. Beautifully balanced and full on the palate. Good structure with soft, round tannins. Elegant expressions of fruit delicately interwoven with oak, mineral, and toffee.
95 Points James Suckling - Beautiful aromas of dark fruit, walnuts and almonds. Full body, extremely integrated tannins and a long caressing finish. A blend of 38% syrah with 31% carmenere, 19%merlot, 10% cabernet sauvignon, 1% mourvedre and 1% malbec. A balanced and caressing textured red. Drink or hold.
93 Points The Wine Advocate - The 2013 Coyam, one of the top of the range single vineyard wines from Emiliana, is a blend of 39% Syrah, 32% Carménère, 17% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Mourvèdre (Monastrell) and a pinch of Malbec -- a similar mix every vintage nowadays, from the Coyam vineyard in the Los Robles estate in Colchagua. Despite the vintage conditions of 2013 being warmer and riper that 2011, I feel more freshness and balance in the glass, more subtleness; this is a serious red blend with aromas borrowed from the Bordeaux and Mediterranean grapes, quite complex if not really exuberant or showy. The palate is juicy, ripe without excess with perhaps a touch of warmth in the finish. This is good value. Rating: 93+