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Indications of chocolate, espresso and zest consolidate with raspberry and blackberry enhances in this medium-bodied Carmenere, Chile's own one of a kind grape.
"Over 100 years prior, Don Melchor de Concha y Toro saved for himself a selective cluster of his best wines. To keep outsiders far from his private save, he spread the gossip that the Devil lived in that place. Thus the name: Casillero Del Diablo, The Devil's Cellar".
Wine of Chile
"In the relatively recent past Chile ran an effective curry and Carmenere grape crusade, so take a stab at tucking into the striking, currant blackcurrant pastille, mint and green pepper-reserved 2012 Casillero del Diablo Carmenere.I t's dim, simple swallowing natural product is a curry-restraining charmer". Jane MacQuitty, The Times
This wine is confirmation that great wine gets made in the vineyards. The shading is dull and inky with profound purple tints. The smells are extraordinary with ready berries, smoked bacon, sweet cotton confection and clues of vanilla. The tannins are all around coordinated, giving the hidden structure to help the wine's lavish organic product. The complete is medium-long and rich with flavor and indications of oak.