Slight acidic zip to it, mild, fragrant, easy to drink
External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Sauvignon Blanc Casillero del Diablo
Classic notes of peach and gooseberry jump out of the glass and woo you into taking a sip. Serve well-chilled with salsa, sushi or salad.
Fresh, light and flowery, with a sweet, melon-driven palate. Finishes snappy yet a touch sugary. For the most part it serves its purpose, which is to prep the palate for better things to come.
Forward and light-bodied, with a crunchy edge to the modest lime and thyme notes. Drink now.
Greenish straw. Lively, mineral-laced aromas of lime, lemongrass and peppery herbs. Light-bodied and refreshing, offering tangy citrus flavors and a hint of bitter quinine. The finish is a bit abrupt but this shows good energy and varietal character for the price.
Auge: strohgelb mit Grünreflexen; Nase: frisch, Aromen nach Zitrusfrucht, Noten nach Pfirsich und Johanisbeeren; Gaumen: elegant, vollmundig und ausgewogen
Simple and spry, with pulsating citrus aromas and flavors that convey a sense of purity and purpose. This boasts lively grapefruit, lime and stone-fruit notes in front of a clean, alert finish. Versatile enough to serve with oysters or mussels, or as an apéritif.
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