Concha Y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Casillero del Diablo 2007
Color: Deep, intense ruby red. Aroma: Ripe fruit –cherry and black plum- and subtle toasted traces from wood aging. Palate: Mid-bodied, firm and smooth tannins. An elegant wine with a long, pleasant finish. Food Pairing: Red meats, spicy dishes and ripe cheeses such as Gruyere or blue cheese.
Forest floor, mossy, good sugars, low tannins, subtle aroma
This one is loaded with intense black fruit flavor, smooth, very well balanced tannins and a long grape finish. Nice wine for under $15 dollars per bottle
Bright fruit with a little sharpness on the nose, slight campfire smoke in the mouth with a lifting at the end. Not bad.
Outstanding wine. The red blend is excellent. Had it a palks on 6/28/13,get more at JnJs
Strong aroma of cherries with a subtle earthy undertone. Hints of cedar and citrus linger on the palate. Light bodied and refreshing, finishes with soft tannins. This wine was very drinkable, recommended for a casual occasion or a good movie.
Got me round Ecuador when I couldn't find better. Drinkable but not one to write home about.
Sometimes, if you drink wine on regular basis and there are several wine drinkers in the house, you need a wine like this. I get this wine by the case for about $5.49 a bottle. It presents everything one expects in a Cab. For the price it does very in consistency and can be bruised with mishandling. On the whole its a solid wine at an awesome price.
External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Casillero del Diablo
This wine starts off with a good amount of wood, but then rounds out into a nicely ripe, well-balanced, fruity finish that is uncommon in any Cabernet Sauvignon at this price.
This sprightly white leads with fresh apricot flavors spritzed with citrus. It has an off-dry style that would serve a peach crêpe.With muscular tannins flanked by concentrated black fruit, this is untamed cabernet. A juicy steak would mellow its youthful energy. Best Buy.
Deep-toned, baked black cherry and nutmeg scents ride over the darker tropical chocolate astringency of the tannins. This full, ripe wine needs another six months to a year to mollify its tannins.
A juicy Casillero, this is lushly textured, the strawberry scents surrounded by black pepper and coffee. The tannins are firm and soft, the finish spicy and slightly smoky. And yes, it costs only ten bucks.
Opaque ruby. Cherry, blackcurrant and mulberry on the jammy nose. Chewy, slightly dry dark fruit and bitter cherry flavors are given bite by tangy acidity, with the smoky quality repeating. Finishes with firm grip, a slight dry edge, with the cherry note repeating.
A mixture of 70% American oak-aged wine and the rest from steel tanks. Some friendly mint and Christmas spice aromas. Typical Chilean Cab flavors of chocolate, cherries and currants. Good for a mass-production wine.
For a huge-volume wine, it's what we'd expect. Controlled oak results in aromas of coffee, vanilla, marshmallow and resin in addition to cassis and cherry, while the palate offers generic fruit flavors as well as vanilla and herbal notes. A bit puckery and scratchy, but keep in mind that annual production tops 1.3 million cases.
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