External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Merlot Casillero del Diablo
Aromen nach Brombeeren und Pflaumen mit einem Hauch von Pfeffer, Vanille und Röstaromen. Voller Körper, mild, gut strukturiert.
Very deep and saturated blackish purple color. Medium-bodied. Balanced acidity. Moderately extracted. Mildly tannic. Black fruits, minerals. Relatively straightforward with a lush and velvety mouthfeel. Subtly flavored with fruit overtones weaving in and out of a clipped finish.
Nicely balanced, with raspberry and violet scents, this is clean, soft and fresh. Chill it for grilled tuna.
Good plum, herb and vanilla notes run through this focused, medium-weight Merlot. Drink now.
Ripe, well balanced fruit highlighted with enticing chocolate, coffee and black plum aromas and flavors. This is the wine to have with that Porterhouse yoursquo;ve been craving.
Huge and colorful, and very youthful. For density and lushness on what can best be described as basic Merlot, yoursquo;re not going to find it much better than this. Itrsquo;s all blackberry, chocolate and berries, but somehow theyrsquo;ve squeezed some earth and spice in there as well.
A plush, well-sculpted Merlot from a reputable and value-conscious Chilean winery, this features fairly intense flavors of red plum and currant and well-integrated dark spice notes that linger on the finish. Drink now through 2002.
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