Concha Y Toro Merlot Peumo Marqués de Casa Concha 2004
Very fruity, good structure, an impressive wine. Black cherry, rich and full bodied. Give it a year
[Blind Cab Tasting] Very big - tannic and acidic, but good. Powerful. Concentrated. Ager. New world? Black cherry. Currants. Aussie-like. Minty finish.
Tasted this last night. It was big and bold. Blackberry and chocolate come to mind. tannins have a great, maybe even unique texture. This could age for a little while longer I think.
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