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Concha Y Toro Sauvignon Blanc Casillero del Diablo 2014
Flaxen gold color. A fresh and crisp bouquet. On the palate, the wine is elegant, round and mouth filling balanced by crisp acidity.This Sauvignon Blanc is elegant, round and of great volume. A cleaAdd winemaker's notes
Three and a half glasses
Slight acidic zip to it, mild, fragrant, easy to drink
i get a green apple on the nose with some citrus, the color is yellow with a tint of green...a bit too acidic for me to be as refreshing as some other sauvignon blancs...big mineral on the front, not much versatility...
Two and a half glasses
Light golden, mild scent of apricot and spice. First taste is of tangy pear. Not bad. Not great.
I am new to giving ratings so the nose was difficult for me to place - perhaps a pear? The initial taste was very tart and dry but I really enjoyed this on a hot Saturday afternoon!
External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Sauvignon Blanc Casillero del Diablo
Flaxen gold color. A fresh and crisp bouquet. On the palate, the wine is elegant, round and mouth filling balanced by crisp acidity.This Sauvignon Blanc is elegant, round and of great volume. A clea
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.
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.
Forward and light-bodied, with a crunchy edge to the modest lime and thyme notes. Drink now.
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.
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.
Food Pairings for Concha Y Toro Sauvignon Blanc Casillero del Diablo
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