Deep red with lush cherry, black currant, and blackberry aromas and a touch of tar and smoke. The highly concentrated flavors are framed by firm tannins. The texture is smooth—almost silky—and masks the firm tannic structure that lies below and only appears on the lingering finish. A smooth, almost silky texture masks the firm tannic structure beneath, which really comes to the fore at the beginning of the long finish.
Puente Alto, Maipo Valley.
Puente Alto Vineyard and Pirque Vineyard, Maipo Valley. Both vineyards are located close to the foothills of the Andes Mountains—Puente Alto is 650 m a.s.l. and Pirque is 570 m a.s.l.—and have alluvial soils that are poor in nutrients, rocky, and highly permeable due to the abundance of gravel in the subsoil.
Associated with fluvial terraces. Alluvial, rocky, poor in nutrients, and highly permeable due to the abundance of gravel in the subsoil.
Semi-arid Mediterranean with a strong influence of the Andes Mountains. This is the coldest part of the Maipo Valley and has a pronounced difference between daytime and nighttime temperatures (approximately 18 ºC). An extended ripening period concentrated and intensifies the aromas in the grapes.
16 months in French oak barrels, and in 5,000-liter foudre.
Marcelo es enólogo de la Universidad Católica de Chile y ha desarrollado una exitosa trayectoria en Viña Concha y Toro. Desde 1998, está a cargo de la línea Casillero del Diablo. Un año después sumó a su trabajo una de de las marcas más prestigiosas y tradicionales de Chile: Marques de Casa Concha.CONÓCELO
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