I invite you to learn about the Mediterranean diet with some rich wine pairings, one of its importan
During the first few days of March the Casablanca Valley initiated their 2017 harvest.
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I invite you to check out some tips to shine like a homemade sommelier.
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J.C. Viens, editor of the Asian magazine, visited Pirque to meet with members of the Concha y Toro M
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The latest version of the tour brought members of the specialized press, buyers, and winemakers to t
The 2014 Gran Reserva Serie Riberas Carmenere was named among the best wines of Chile in the ?Ultima
I invite you to learn the parameters of harvest that influence the personality of the wine.
Sweet desserts play a leading role in the pairings suggested by our sommelier Soledad Manríquez.
The aromas of tropical fruits are a synonym for holidays and carnival for our olfactory memory.
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I started at Concha y Toro about 16 or 17 years ago, and we planted the vineyard in Marchigüe the same year, so I’ve seen the entire progression. At first the wines made from this vineyard went into other Concha y Toro lines, but we began a new project back around 2007 that changed everything.
The company decided it wanted a new line of wine to be managed by new winemakers with a fresh approach. They asked three of us to each make a wine for consumers who know their wines and are looking for something different –a wine that would fill a niche between Trio and Marques de Casa Concha.
I set out to make a Cabernet, and I knew just where to start. In fact, we all did, and as it turned out, we each had a favorite site close to one of Chile´s major rivers, which is where the name of the line came from- “Riberas” means riverbanks.
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