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Casillero del Diablo

The rumor that a cellar was haunted by the devil gave life to a key wine in the portfolio of Concha y Toro: Casillero del Diablo. This now legendary brand offers more than 10 varieties, from classical to exotic, making it suitable for different ocassions.

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Awards

  • Malbec 2009: 90 pts. | Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate | Nov. 2010
  • Cab. Sauvignon-Syrah 2009, Reserva Privada: 90 pts., Best Buy | Wine Enthusiast | June 2011
  • Chardonnay 2009: Gold Medal | Decanter 2011 World Wine Awards | May 2011
  • Carmenere 2010: Silver Medal | International Wine Challenge 2011 | May 2011
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Pairing

With Reserva Privada Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah

  • The blend makes it a versatile wine for pairing.
  • Different cuts of red meat, including lamb, goat, duck and veal.
  • Ripe cheeses, above all if used in sauces.

 

Brut Reserva

  • Fresh oysters, lobsters, prawns, scallops, caviar with acid cream.
  • Quail eggs and raw fish (sashimi).

 

With Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Red meats.
  • Garnished dishes.
  • Ripe cheeses (gruyere or blue).

 

With Merlot

  • Pasta.
  • Chicken-based dishes.
  • Ham.
  • Risotto.
  • Smooth cheeses.
  • Mexican food.

 

With Shiraz

  • Spicy food.
  • Grilled meats and game birds.
  • Lamb-based dishes.

 

With Malbec

  • Green vegetable shoots.
  • Meat stews.
  • Mexican food.
  • Duck or goose-based dishes.

 

With Pinot Noir

  • Chicken and red meats.
  • Vegetarian dishes.
  • Salmon or tuna.

 

With Carmenere

  • Meats.
  • Vegetables.
  • Pizza.
  • Ripe cheeses.

 

With Shiraz Rosé

  • Red and white meats.
  • Deserts.
  • As an aperitive.

 

With Chardonnay

  • Shellfish and fish like salmon, sea bass or conger eel.
  • Pasta with white sauces.

 

With Sauvignon Blanc

  • Sea-bass ceviche.
  • Oysters.

 

With Viognier

  • Oriental food.
  • White meats.

 

With Gewürztraminer

  • Sushi.
  • Spicy dishes like Thai, Chinese or Indian.

 

With Riesling

  • Light aperitives.
  • Spicy dishes, smoked or salty.