Wine "Marques de Casa Concha" Cabernet Sauvignon
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Reviews of purchase "Marques de Casa Concha" Cabernet Sauvignon
The color of wine - dark ruby red.
The taste of wine is concentrated, with silky tannin structure, buttery notes of cherry and blackberry, continuing aftertaste.
The bouquet of wine juicy flavors of cherries, currants and blackberries are woven with nuances of cedar, tar and smoke.
The wine goes well with red meat, mature cheeses, delicious meat dishes.
"Marques de Casa Concha" - one of the best brands of Concha y Toro. In 1718 the Spanish King Philip V gave Don Jose de Santiago Concha noble title of Marques de Casa Concha for outstanding achievements as governor of Chile and Knight of Calatrava. His descendant, Don Melchor de Santiago Concha Toro, the seventh Marquis de Casa Concha founded the winery Concha y Toro. The series includes the powerful, noble, bright wine grapes which are selected from the best vineyards of the economy. All wines are aged in line French oak barrels. Each wine "Marques de Casa Concha" is the greatness and the caliber of the noble grape varieties. All wines line regularly receive high ratings of experts and numerous awards at national and international competitions. According to critics of the world is high quality wines, with a great personality and a real character of the terroir.
"Markec de Concha Kaca" Cabernet Sauvignon - Chilean red wine of high quality. The grapes for this wine obtained from the site "Puente Alto" in the Maipo Valley. Harvested by hand in late April-early May. After vinification the wine is aged 18 months in French oak barrels (40% new). After bottling the wine is aged 18 months in French oak barrels and one month in bottles.
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.