“The quality and consistency of Marques de Casa Concha, and of the Cabernet Sauvignon in particular, are due primarily to the company’s desire to produce a wine of this caliber. ..” -
“This Syrah are located in a fairly cool area, within a largely warmer region making this wine smooth in mouth, good density and ripe fruit in the shape of plums and blackberries. It faithfully reflects the tipicity that Syrah is displaying on Chilean soils...” -
“The Peumo vineyard, situated on terraced hillsides along the Cachapoal River near the town of the same name, provides the perfect environment for Carmenere, and Concha y Toro has been growing the variety in this special spot for over a century....” -
“This Merlot comes from vineyards at the foot of the Andes Mountains that have a cool climate, good luminosity, and a pronounced diference between daytime and nighttime temperatures—all of which are ideal for this variety...” -
“ Bright. Light and young ruby color. Complex flavors of strawberries and raspberries with notes of toasted French oak. A moderately full-bodied Pinot Noir with good structure and a long, lingering finish...” -
“There is a global trend toward fresher wines with a notable minerality. After discovering the potential of the Limarí valley and undertaking years of investigation, Viña Concha y Toro is working hard to promote this origin and the varieties that grow there, and showcase that freshness...” -
“This Sauvignon Blanc is made with grapes from the Leyda Valley, located 14 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean in the San Antonio Valley. This limited-production wine is fresh, lush, elegant, and delicate. The clay soils and Pacific Ocean breezes lend this wine tremendous intensity and aromatic potential, which is reflected in its citrus notes, especially grapefruit...