Concha Y Toro Winemaker's Lot 148, Las Pataguas Vineyard Carmenère 2007

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There are 2 user submitted reviews for this wine.

Jason Solanki rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Cork smells of plums, dark fruit and hints of raisin. Inky, smoky, chocolate, cassis, pomegranate and hints of mocha aromas from the glass. Cassis, herbal, white pepper, mocha, milk chocolate notes on the palate. Full bodied red with ripe tannins. Could be aged another 1-2 years, but can be savoured today. Enjoyed with homemade chicken fajitas. Recommended. Tasted Jan/2012.
Dan Trcka Wine Blogger rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:

This wine is dominated by bilberry and blackberry followed by pine, vanilla and green pepper notes (once it opens). This integrated, yet fruity wine is aromatic, chalky and a bit earthy/smoky. It is good to drink now or may nicely evolve up to 5 years. It has refined tannins (decant for 30 min), medium to full body and a medium finish. This wine should be consumed within 2 hours as overwhelming green pepper notes emerge. My impression: BEAUTIFUL and I am glad I have several bottles in my cellar. Tasted Feb/10.




Natalie's Review

Concha Y Toro Winemaker's Lot 148, Las Pataguas Vineyard Carmenère 2007, Rapel Valley, Chile: Juicy, straight-forward and delicious, this juicy wine comes from the single vineyard Las Pataguas. Voluptuous layers of dark fruit, espresso and smoke. 30957 14% D 750 mL  $16.95 Score: 89/100. July 10, 2010  Full Review