This month’s batch of film reviews were lovingly brought to you in association with a 2008 vintage Gato Negro Merlot – a delicious, medium bodied wine from Chile. With a bright red ruby colour and an aroma swirling with ripe, red berry fruits, this bottle goes down rather nicely with something directed by Mario Bava. Or chicken or pasta.
The flavour is quite juicy and reminiscent of jammy fruit in springtime.
Gato Negro is apparently one of the oldest brands from Chile and is produced in the San Pedro region. Enjoy responsibly. And if you insist on quaffing it whilst being pursued by a 16th Century Baron with a penchant for Sadism, you inadvertently resurrected (Baron Blood, I mean you), keep a cork handy in case of pesky spillages.