Santa Rita is arguably's Chile's most known, widely regarded and largest producers. Their '120' brand is a high yield production vintage they export to merchants like Trader Joe's. It's a solid value for the price (sub $10). I prefer this fruity cab for family bbq gatherings when a consistent, inexpensive bottle of wine is needed. Santa Rita is popular with other wine critic's, such as Andrea Immer, who praise the winery for high quality reasonably priced vintages.
BottomLine: An everyday drinking Cabernet best to be drunk within in the next two or three years (no later than 2008).
TheWino Rating: 78
Cases: N/A Winery: Santa Rita