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Have you tried Carmenere yet? If not, this is a great place to start. From Chile, the home of Carmenere comes this deep, dark purple hued expression from Concha Y Toro, one of Latin Americans largest wine producers. Carmenere, interestingly also a part of Bordeaux blends when needed, is late ripening and needs long, warm summers to allow its flavour to shine. This one is full of dark blackcurrants, forest fruits and dark chocolate with subtle herbal notes similar to Cab Sauv. Try with grilled lamb, pasta, or some hard, well ripened cheeses. - 16/20, Wine Central Tasting Panel (2019 vintage)
Deep, dark purple in the glass. The palate is rich with dark plum, black currant, and chocolate aromas. Notes of dark plums and spice emerge, generously framed by toasty American oak with a soft and well-structured mouth-filling texture.
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Concha y Toro is the largest producer of wines from Latin America. It's headquarters are in Santiago, Chile, with the 8.720 ha of wineries being spread throughout regions including Maipo, Maule, Rapel and Casablanca.
Concha y Toro dates back to around 1883 with Don Melchor de Santiago Concha y Toro and his wife purchasing grapes varieties from Bordeaux, France. They began to export wine in March 1933 and growth continued from there.
Nowadays Concha y Toro produce wines across the market with over 7 ranges of wine each offering something unique. Regardless of which price point you're shopping at, Concha y Toro offers excellent value for money.
In 2011 and 2012 Concha y Toro were voted the most admired wine brand in the world by highly acclaimed magazine Drinks International.
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