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Marques De Casa Concha Peumo Vineyard, Concha Y Toro Carmenère 2010

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Melanie Lloyd rated this wine as 91/100 with the following review:

A purple-hued Chilean Red that is meaty and has aromas of cassis jam, blueberry pie, violet, sweet tobacco, cedar, vanilla, and sweet spice.

It is full-bodied on the palate with smooth tannins and an acidity that is perfectly balanced with the flavours and structure of the wine. It has tart blackberry, dark berry, and black pepper flavours with a long finish that is both oaky and smoky. Overall, this wine is very well made with its beautiful harmony and has aged wonderfully.

Tasted January 2019. 

WINE-FOOD PAIRING: Enjoy with a savoury pork roast drizzled in a dark fruit and black pepper reduction. The wine does not overpower the meat in anyway and the abundance of jammy dark fruit found in the wine complements this meal perfectly.
Jason Solanki rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

Plum and cherry cola nose from the cork. Alluring spice box and cherry aromas from the glass. Medium-bodied with savoury black cherry and dark red fruits on the palate. Very light tannins are backed by mouth-watering good acidity. Short finish is a touch hot. Could cellar for 2 years, but definitely enjoyable now. Tip: Serve this straight out of the cellar or even chill for 5-10 minutes prior to serving. Will pair well with the homemade pizza we're having tonight. Tasted Sept/2012.




Natalie's Review

Marques De Casa Concha Peumo Vineyard, Concha Y Toro Carmenère 2010, Rapel Valley, Chile: Savoury and juicy with big black plum and berry aromas and flavours. Full-bodied and smooth. Offers incredible quality and taste for the price. Drink: 2012-2015. 169862 14.50% D 750 mL  $17.00 Score: 89/100. June 23, 2012  Full Review

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