Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Casillero del Diablo 2008
A very decent, correct wine - in the varietal sense. Nice apple, peach and pear notes with light oak. Recommended to the neophyte for an introduction to Chardonnay as it should be in the quotidian sense.
This Chardonnay was tasted at six years old and was amazingly young tasting. It's fruit is doing well and has a lemon, toast and honey character. Nice wine for the money. My rating-- 88. Over the hill now--Nov 2014. Don't bother.
Tropical, cremy fruit aromas. This full-bodied chard has melon, hazelnut and woody notes. Moderately acid and leaves a long crispy finish.
Mild acid with a hint of toastyness. Brighter wine with a tang. Not very creamy
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Casillero del Diablo
Nice intensity of flavor, with ripe pear, apple and citrus notes and a crisp finish. vibrant and juicy. Drink now.
Ripe, even lush tropical fruit aromas mingle with apple-pear scents on the nose of this round, medium-weight Chardonnay. The full, slightly sweet fruit maintains on the palate, framed nicely by butter and toast accents. The oaky notes linger on the finish, with its apple-pear reprise.
Nice weight to the juicy pear fruit here, with pie crust and floral notes adding nuance to the crunchy finish. Drink now.
Muscular, with toasty oak and ripe melon flavors, as well as firm acidity. Has more impact than most Chilean whites.
Ripe pears, pineapple and hazelnuts on the palate, leading into a long, dry finish. This Chardonnay is blended from separate lots, some aged sur lie in oak and others in stainless steel.
High-toned pear and floral notes, with fresh acidity. Clean style, with little toast and a medium-bodied, easy finish. Drink now
Farbe helles Gelb. Ein Chardonnay mit fruchtigen Papaya- und Pfirsichnoten sowie einem Hauch Vanille und gerösteter Haselnuss. Mittlerer Körper, vieschichtig, schmackhaft und ausgewogen, frischer Abgang.