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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
Cabernet Sauvignon, Valle del Maipo / Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo Valley

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
¿Cómo catar un vino?

How to taste a wine?

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They say that practice makes perfect, and this case is no exception. The more often that wines are tasted, the more developed the palate. It’s a fact. However, if you want to do it well, there are certain aspects that it is necessary to bear in mind when analyzing a wine. The Mexican sommelier Claudia Juárez will help us in this task.

Wednesday 19 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
How to taste a wine? First step: Sight - Ilustration: Fabián Rivas

How to taste a wine? First step: Sight

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Concha y Toro’s sommelier, Claudia Juárez, explains to us step by step how to taste a wine without being an expert. We shall now analyze the first stage, its appearance.

Wednesday 19 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
How to taste a wine? Second step: Smell - Ilustration: Fabián Rivas

How to taste a wine? Second step: Smell

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We continue to analyze the wine jointly with the Mexican sommelier Claudia Juárez, who will now detail the way in which we should appreciate the wine from the aromas found in each glass.

Wednesday 19 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
How to taste a wine? Third step: Taste

How to taste a wine? Third step: Taste

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This is a stage where we confirm the points analyzed above. We should therefore take two sips of wine, the first to clean the palate and the second to analyze it.

Wednesday 19 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Wines with Love

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On Valentine’s Day, one of the most loved things among couples of all ages is to celebrate with a romantic candlelight dinner. So we thought it was a good idea to ask our enologists what wines and preparations they recommend for this date.

Thursday 13 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Meet the ambassador of Japanese cuisine: sushi and its wine pairing

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Sushi is always composed from three basic elements: shari (rice), nori (algae) and neta (other ingredients).

By Ania Smolec (@asmolec_vct)

Tuesday 11 February 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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6 Initiatives of Concha y Toro for measuring and reducing its carbon footprint

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The UN has defined January 28 as the Global Day for CO2 Emissions Reduction in order to create conscientiousness and awareness of climate change and its environmental impacts. Viña Concha y Toro has incorporated into its sustainability strategy the measurement and reduction of its carbon footprint through different initiatives.

Friday 31 January 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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At what temperature should wine be served?

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The temperature at which a wine should be served is critical to adequately express its qualities and virtues, and it depends to the variety of wine:

Thursday 30 January 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Tuna and hindu style lentils

Fresh wines for light preparations

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Some typical dishes that people eat in summer are seafood and light meals in general. Therefore, the ideal wines to pair those preparations are light-bodied, fruity, with high minerality, good acidity and mild to moderate tannins.

Thursday 30 January 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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Delicious summer cocktails

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What’s better than to have some appetizers in a quiet terrace, overlooking the sea, a lake or just outdoors? It is certainly one of the ideal scenarios to enjoy summer with family and friends, so here are some tips:

Thursday 30 January 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Aromas of Pinot Grigio

Aromas of Pinot Grigio

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Thursday 23 January 2014 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Casillero del Diablo Brut Reserva

The end of the year with Sparkling Wine

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This time of the year the “bubbles” have a special place on the table. With sparkling wine we can make the New Year toast, refresh the palates in the summer heat, but also it is a great companion for many types of snacks and finger food. We want to suggest a special menu to celebrate New Year with Casillero del Diablo Brut Reserva.

Monday 30 December 2013 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
Cristian Lopez

Outstanding participation of Concha y Toro at Wine Vision

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Along with important figures from the wine industry such as Piero Antinori, Miguel Torres and Dan Jago, the representative of Concha y Toro Cristián López, spoke about the current challenges of the company and the industry in general.

Monday 2 December 2013 | Categories : Interesting articles, Wine Magazine
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