Wine "Casillero del Diablo" Carmenere Reserva
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Reviews of purchase "Casillero del Diablo" Carmenere Reserva
The wine has a deep red color sparkling.
The wine has a fruity flavor with hints of spicy and long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine perceptible tone plum, cassis and chocolate, which are combined with notes of coffee and oak.
The wine goes well with meat dishes.
Wine Kazilero del Diablo Reserva Carmenere Reserva refers to a series of Casillero del Diablo. Soft full-bodied wine with good structure and a pleasant texture. The grapes for this wine are grown in the Maipo Valley, where his best qualities are manifested. The range of wines is named after the legendary "Devil's cellar", the first owner of which, according to popular legend, the devil asked to protect their most precious cellar with wines. In these cellars today kept the best wine Concha y Toro. This varietal wines from the Aconcagua Valley and Central Valley. Wines for this series matured in new American barrels for 5-9 months.
Concha y Toro - the largest company producing wine in Chile. Winery with that name was founded back in 1883. Founded the Spanish Marquis Melchor de Concha y Toro, who invited the famous French specialist Labouchere its winery. Labouchere brought to Chile the best selected varieties of grapes cultivated in France and assembled them before the phylloxera epidemic universal in Europe. In 1993 Concha y Toro became the first Chilean winery, started to export their wines to other countries. The company is actively growing, acquiring new vineyards. By the early 80s of the last century the company conducted a large-scale modernization of all their farms, which resulted in significantly improved product quality. In addition, due to several new series was expanded assortment of wine production company, which is exported.