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Asado de tira

Wine & Chilean asado

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In Chile it is unthinkable to celebrate the National Holiday 18th without a grill. Besides being the great celebration is also the adventure to combine the different cuts of meat with wines.

Tuesday 16 September 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Vinos Fiestas Patrias

The best Concha y Toro wines to celebrate Chile’s national holidays

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As September 18th should be celebrated in form, we asked our winemakers advice on which Concha y Toro wines to uncork these holidays. Go ahead and try them!

Monday 15 September 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Concha y Toro ‘País’ Video is finalist in Wine Spectator contest

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The video of the País grape variety has been shortlisted in the “Wine Spectator Video Contest 2014” and is among the finalists to become their video of the year.

Friday 12 September 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Colors of a white wine

The importance of the color of wine (part 2): Colors of white wines

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Transparent and brilliant wines invite us to taste. And a dull and poor one wakes up suspicions about its quality. From the visual aspects and the color, the professional tasters can immediately say about the age of the wine, its style and sometimes even about the variety. By Ania Smolec (@asmolec_vct).

Thursday 11 September 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Legendary Cellar

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Without a doubt, Casillero del Diablo has made Concha y Toro famous worldwide. But it’s not just the wine and its renowned quality that have captivated many consumers. So is its powerful and attractive legend, which makes of this brand already a tradition in wine industry. Below you will find out a little more about this famous Casillero del Diablo.

Tuesday 2 September 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Concha y Toro discovers the merits of the red varieties from the south

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The latest project in which the winery has been involved is Marques de Casa Concha País Cinsault, a wine that incorporates the País and Cinsault varieties, both from old vines in the in the so-called dry interior sector in the south of Chile.

Monday 25 August 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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País grape: a tradition from Chilean countryside

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The País grape is part of Chile’s countryside identity and tradition, it is very common to find País grapes fifty, and even one hundred-years old.

Wednesday 13 August 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Julio Sigauque, guitar player of the South African band Freshlyground.

Famous South African guitarist wins a trip to England with Casillero del Diablo

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Julio “Gugs” Sigauque (39), guitar player of the renowned African band Freshlyground, was the winner of a trip to see Manchester United play live after participating in a contest carried out by Casillero del Diablo in South Africa.

Wednesday 30 July 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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World Champion menu of three courses

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Three, two, one! And finally it begins World Cup in Brazil! For the next weeks, soccer fans will be going through so many emotions, from anxiety and fear to joy, sorrow and anger. By Ania Smolec (@asmolec_vct)

Thursday 12 June 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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[video] Frontera Specialties: A project with sense

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Through Specialties, the new line of Frontera wines, Viña Concha y Toro has sought to rediscover the enological qualities of the País grape and thus offer its producers new opportunities for improving the cultivation of this distinctive variety in rural Chile.

Monday 2 June 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Harvest Time in Concha y Toro (Part 3): Peumo Vineyard

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With a warmer and drier than normal season, in 2014 the harvest has started sooner at the Peumo vineyard. The chief enologist of the estate, Marcio Ramírez, expects more fruity and fresher wines, with all the identity of the Carmenere from Peumo.

Thursday 8 May 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Cork - Corcho

Cork or screw cap?

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Some consumers have still limited trust in the bottles closed with screw caps. On the other hand, we have the sentiment to the cork because of its tradition.

Thursday 8 May 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Don Melchor becomes a big hit in Lapland

Don Melchor becomes a big hit in Lapland

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For three months, our icon Cabernet Sauvignon has been promoted in four prestigious restaurants of Finland, demonstrating the quality of Chilean wine in this remote land in the northern hemisphere.

Monday 28 April 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Enrique Tirado enólogo de Don Melchor - Enrique Tirado Winemaker of Don Melchor

Harvest Notes in Puente Alto

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Cradle of our iconic Cabernet Sauvignon, and recognized by Wine & Spirits as one of the best vineyards in the world, Puente Alto is a symbol, not only for Concha y Toro but also for national viticulture. That is why we spoke with enologist Enrique Tirado about the 2014 grape harvest in this outstanding terroir.

Tuesday 15 April 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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[VIDEO] Harvest Time in Concha y Toro: Limarí Valley

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Summer is coming to an end in Chile and in most of Concha y Toro’s estates the harvest period has started. To record this unique time of the year, we wanted to explore different valleys and watch this 2014 harvest more closely.

Monday 14 April 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Harvest Time in Concha y Toro (Part 2): Maipo Valley

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It is April, the height of Cabernet Sauvignon harvest time at the vineyards in Pirque Viejo and Puente Alto. The most representative terroir of this variety in Chile is Maipo Valley, which we visited to show you in images the harvest there.

Wednesday 9 April 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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How to combine wine and Mexican food

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Concha y Toro’s sommelier and ambassador in Mexico, Claudia Juárez, recommends some wines to accompany and harmonize with the particular flavors of Mexican cooking.

Tuesday 8 April 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Harvest Time in Concha y Toro (Part 1): Limarí Valley

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Summer is coming to an end in Chile and in most of Concha y Toro’s estates the harvest period has started. To record this unique time of the year, we wanted to explore different valleys and watch this 2014 harvest more closely.

Thursday 20 March 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Summer Salad - Ensalada Veraniega

Let’s celebrate together

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International Women’s Day is coming up on March 8th. How to celebrate that day? How to give it a special, female touch? We think that the best way is to enjoy it surrounded by friendship and caress of the women important for you. And celebrate it with great wine and excellent food!

By Ania Smolec (@asmolec_vct)

Friday 7 March 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Frontera Specialties

To the Rescue of Wines with Magical Roots

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In its effort to revive typical Chilean varieties or those that have shown excellent results in our country, Specialties, the new line of Frontera wines, has wanted to make special mention of the grape varieties País and Pedro Jiménez, to demonstrate the winemaking merits of each.

Tuesday 25 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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