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Concha Y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto Marqués de Casa Concha 2009

Winemaker's Notes:

"Deep red. Unctuous cherry, cassis, cedar, blackberry, black tar and smoke-led presence. Tight and focused with a deep concentration of flavours framed by firm tannins. A smooth, almost silky texture masks the firm tannic structure beneath, which really comes to the fore at the beginning of the long finish." --Winemaker's notes

Member Reviews for Concha Y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto Marqués de Casa Concha

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Snooth User: rckr1951
1275033,338
4.50 5
06/01/2017

" young like a baby now; will be better and more evolved come fall, winter and over the next few years. " is what WE said in 2011. Well they were wrong - after 6 years in the cellar this is just plain stupid good. Fruit - muscular but flowing, full bodied and layered with large tannins a driving acidity this last forever. Hold for 2-3 years if stored properly - 92 points - Paul


Snooth User: Sandro Nunes
811984150
4.00 5
12/22/2011

Great wine!!!


Snooth User: Ninamonina
104920621
4.00 5
03/04/2012

Me encantó. Bien balanceado y cremosito.


Snooth User: Ninamonina
104920621
4.00 5
03/04/2012

Me encantó, bien balanceado y cremosito. Y lo conseguí en Costco!


Snooth User: Ed Barden
112888420
4.50 5
08/15/2012

Very nice wine - well balanced , great value...never disappoints


External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto Marqués de Casa Concha

External Review
05/29/2016

Four and a half glasses


External Review
01/03/2012

Winemaker Marcelo Papa crafted this rich and succulent merlot from vines planted during the early 80rsquo;s. Closed when first opened, the aromas evolve to cinnamon and sweet chocolate scents. The deep flavors go from fresh herbs to sweet, juicy black currants, while the structure feels ample, covering the palate with its soft, rich tannins.


External Review
11/05/2011

This wine is made from grapes grown in prime Peumo vineyards in the Rapel Valley. It has been aged in French oak barrels for 14 months. The plum and cherry fruit flavors are balanced and supported by the oak. It is full-bodied with a smooth finish. Enjoy this delicious Merlot with broiled steak or lamb chops.


External Review
01/03/2012

From the Peumo vineyards in Chilersquo;s Rapel Valley, this limited production Merlot has been barrel-aged in French oak for fourteen months. Its intense plum and cherry aromas and flavors evoke the Peumo terrior; the wood adds generous hints of chocolate and vanilla.


External Review
01/03/2012

Like always, this Merlot is a potent brew of dark fruit, molasses, peppery spice and Chilean terroir. The plush palate is extremely ripe and forward, as it offers mounds of berries and chocolate. New World at every turn, and whatrsquo;s wrong with that? 38,000 cases produced, so itrsquo;s available.


External Review
11/05/2011

Smoky and ripe, with black currant and plum flavors, hints of herbs, cocoa and toast, and a fleshy, mouthfilling finish. Feels like it has the stuffing to cellar a bit too. This label is really strong these days. drink now through 2005.


External Review
01/03/2012

Glass-staining ruby. Powerful aromas of red and dark berries, incense and fresh rose. Fleshy, gently sweet black raspberry and cherry liqueur flavors stain the palate and become firmer with air, gaining a zesty anise quality. Finishes with a strong echo of dark berries and persistent spiciness. Irsquo;d resist the temptation to open this for another few years.


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"Deep red. Unctuous cherry, cassis, cedar, blackberry, black tar and smoke-led presence. Tight and focused with a deep concentration of flavours framed by firm tannins. A smooth, almost silky texture masks the firm tannic structure beneath, which really comes to the fore at the beginning of the long finish." --Winemaker's notes

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