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Marques de Casa Concha

Its classical style expresses the character, nobility and concentration of the grapes which have had a long history in Chile. Prize-winners year by year, it has been ranked three times in the prestigious ranking of the Top 100 Wines of the Year, by Wine Spectator.

Origin

Cabernet Sauvignon

Domain of Origin (D.O.): Puente Alto, Chile

Origin: Puente Alto Vineyard, Maipo Valley, central Chile.

Soil: It is alluvial, stony, poor in nutrients and highly permeable due to the gravel sub-soil. It produces plants of frugal growth, which bear clusters of small, concentrated ripe grapes.

Climate: Semi-arid Mediterranean. Influenced by the Andes, this is the coolest part of the Maipo Valley. The larges swings in temperature from day to night prolongs grape ripening, concentrating the fruit and intensifying aromas.

 

Merlot

D.O.: Peumo, Chile

Origin: Peumo Vineyard, Cachapoal Valley, central Chile.

Soil: The former terraces of the Cachapoal River are deep alluvial clay loam. The clays provide great water retention that contributes to good grape ripening.

Climate: Subhumid Mediterranean. Hot days give way to temeperate nights. At night breezes off the nearby Cachapoal River cool summer temperatures and help in the development of this variety’s softer tannins.

 

Carmenere

D.O.: Peumo, Chile

Origin: Peumo Vineyard, Cachapoal Valley, central Chile.

Soil: The former terraces of the Cachapoal River are deep alluvial clay loam. The clays provide great water retention that contributes to good grape ripening.

Climate: Subhumid Mediterranean. Hot days give way to temeperate nights. At night breezes off the nearby Cachapoal River cool summer temperatures and help in the development of this variety’s softer tannins.

 

Syrah

D.O.: Buin, Chile

Origin: Quinta de Maipo Vineyard, Maipo Valley, central Chile.

Soil: River terrace associated soils on the south bank of the Maipo River. The deep alluvial soils are stony, poor in nutrients and highly permeable, due to the gravel sub soil. It yields plants of frugal growth, which bear clusters of small, concentrated ripe Syrah grapes.

Climate: Semi-arid Mediterranean. Dry and cool climate influenced by the Andes Mountains.

 

Chardonnay

D.O.: Limarí, Chile

Origin: Limarí Valley, Northern Chile.

Soil: To the south of the Limarí River there are 60-70 cms. of earth with 30-35 percent of clay, followed by alluvial soils. The sub-soil is formed by a big amount of calcium carbonate, which adds a good acidity, freshness and mineral quality to the wine.

Climate: Coastal climate, cold due to its closeness to the Pacific Ocean (25-30 km. Away). The temperature variation is small (approximately 13 degrees [between 12-25 C°] in January). The Limarí area is specially known for receiving more sunlight than other valleys. This effect is smoothened by morning mists (called “camanchaca” in Chile), allowing the bunches to ripen slowly to an optimum point.

 

Pinot Noir

D.O.: Limarí, Chile

Origen: Limarí Valley, Northern Chile.

Soil: To the south of the Limarí River there are 60-70 cms. of earth with 30-35 percent of clay, followed by alluvial soils. The sub-soil is formed by a big amount of calcium carbonate, which adds a good acidity, freshness and mineral quality to the wine.

Climate: Coastal climate, cold due to its closeness to the Pacific Ocean (25-30 km. Away). The temperature variation is small (approximately 13 degrees [between 12-25 C°] in January). The Limarí area is specially known for receiving more sunlight than other valleys. This effect is smoothened by morning mists (called “camanchaca” in Chile), allowing the bunches to ripen slowly to an optimum point.

 

Sauvignon Blanc

D.O.: Leyda, Chile

Origin: Leyda Valley, central Chile.

Soil: Red clay with a granitic substrate typical of the semi-arid lands along the coast. Little organic matter.

Climate: Coastal. Leyda has more cloudy days than Casablanca because it is closer to the sea and has fewer hills to stop the fog, although the temperatures are rather similar.

The Pacific Ocean has a moderating effect on the climate and presents well-defined seasons with low daily temperature oscillation.

Awards

  • Cabernet Sauvignon 2010: 93 pts. Highly Recommended | Wine Spectator | March 2014
  • Cabernet Sauvignon 2010: 91 pts. Smart Buy | Wine Spectator | March 2013
  • Sauvignon Blanc 2012: 91 pts. | Wine & Spirits | June 2013
  • Syrah 2010: 91 pts. | Wine & Spirits | June 2013
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Pairing

With Merlot:

  • White and red meats in classic and elegant preparations.

With Cab. Sauvignon:

  • Red meats like lamb, game such as rabbit; grilled, roasted or dressed with intense sauces that have a touch of acidity (with tomato or wine) or herbs like rosemary, thyme and bay leaf.

With Chardonnay:

  • Shellfish and fish in butter, cheese or cream-based sauces; oily fish like salmon (fresh or smoked) or tuna.

With Syrah:

  • Oily terrines and patés of pork or wild boar.

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