Concha Y Toro Concha Y Toro Frontera Malbec 2009
Concha y Toro celebrates a new frontier of Chilean wine with the ever-popular lineup of Frontera. Wine lovers enjoy the festive, sharing character of Frontera - dry wines that are blended from the same noble grape varieties used by many chateaux of France. It's no wonder that Frontera is the #1 range of Chilean wine sold in the U.S. Experience the new frontier of value. Experience the new frontier of taste. Experience Frontera, America’s Favorite Chilean Wine.
This wine is terrible. The worst I've had in a long while. Almost no nose, watery coloration, and a gamey taste of ostrich is all that it brought to the table.
This wine is only $4 and it won my blind wine tasting out of 15 wines from California to Columbia Valley to Australia ranging up to $40.
This won our malbec wine tasting event this weekend. Easy to drink, nice fruit, balanced
Smooth, pleasant, fruity, and simple. Being simple isn't always bad. This wine lacks a lot of complexity, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's very easy to drink and has a charming berry/fruit character. The finish is quick and doesn't vary much from the onset. For the price, this is a great "go to" bargain for a staple malbec.
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Slightly jammy raspberry, cherry and dark plum fruit notes are backed by sweet toast and spice on the finish in this up-front red. Drink now.
A little sharp and cheesy on first sniff, but has a lot of quality going in its favor. The palate is sweet and fairly rich, with slightly spiky berry flavors. The finish is regular bit short, with clean flavors and some bulk. Full-bodied for a value wine, with above-average brightness and clarity.
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