Concha Y Toro Winemaker's Lot 148 Carmenère 2007

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Natalie's Review

Concha Y Toro Winemaker's Lot 148 Carmenère 2007, Las Pataguas Vineyard, Rapel Valley, Chile: Vintages Wine Panel: This single-vineyard Carmenère may just be the world’s best. Need proof? It was awarded the Grand Trophy at Chile’s 2nd Annual World Carmenère Competition in 2008. Deep ruby/purple color leads to a nose of ripe cassis, dark chocolate, sage, cedar, mocha and wood smoke. Dry with loads of fruit perfectly supported by ripe tannins and fine smoky-oak tones. Medium full-bodied with a very long finish. Keep it 2-4+ years or enjoy it tonight. My note: Dark chocolate rounds out the blackberries and plums with a smoke-infused center. Full-bodied and rich. Great value for the money. 30957 14% XD 750 mL  $16.95 Score: 89/100. August 15, 2009  Full Review