Concha y Toro Gran Reserva Carmenere 2016 Bottle
|Region||Chile, Cachapoal Valley|
|Brand||Concha y Toro|
Wine Review OnlineA nose that is one of the great announcements of location in the wine world lets you know what you’re dealing with right off, with lively green pepper joined by red and black fruit. On the palate, the pepper is reined in so much so that it presents as pleasant white and black pepper that complement the fruit and are seated in the mouth by a properly chalky tannic structure. The finish will keep you coming back for more -- as will the price.
Wine SpectatorThis boasts richly spiced aromas, with flavors to match, as well as dried raspberry, portobello mushroom and currant elements. Dried beef notes on the powerful finish. Drink now through 2021. 33,000 cases made.
Wine EnthusiastMinty berry aromas are dark and a touch horsey. In the mouth, this is crunchy and full in body. Herbal blackberry, pepper and chocolate flavors finish with spicy oak and unabsorbed acidity.
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