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Concha Y Toro 'Gran Reserva' Carmenere 2018
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This is a red wine imageConcha Y Toro 'Gran Reserva' Carmenere 2018

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Wine Spectator 91
"Svelte and focused, with fine-grained tannins supporting the fresh-crushed plum, cardamom and dark cherry flavors. Taut mid palate, offering a finish that lengthens out nicely with green herbal and mineral accents." Drink now through 2024.
Vinous 89
"Oenologists say that Peumo is the epicenter for Carmnre but this example is also 14 Cabernet Sauvignon. An intense violet in color, it is all about raspberry and blackberry flavors with a hint of pepper. Pleasantly refreshing with ... read more
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Item ID: #38047
Shelf at store:71a
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Spectator 91
"Svelte and focused, with fine-grained tannins supporting the fresh-crushed plum, cardamom and dark cherry flavors. Taut mid palate, offering a finish that lengthens out nicely with green herbal and mineral accents." Drink now through 2024.
Vinous 89
"Oenologists say that Peumo is the epicenter for Carmnre but this example is also 14 Cabernet Sauvignon. An intense violet in color, it is all about raspberry and blackberry flavors with a hint of pepper. Pleasantly refreshing with fine tannins, this wine is a classic of the type."

Concha y Toro

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Concha y ToroThe Concha y Toro Vineyard was founded by Don Melchor de Santiago Concha y Toro and his wife, Emiliana Subercaseaux, in 1883.[2] To start the winery, he brought grape varieties from the Bordeaux region in France.[2] The grapes that he brought were: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon blanc, Semillon, Merlot, and Carmenère. The vineyard was incorporated as a stock company in 1923 and shares were sold in the Santiago stock market.[2] Concha y Toro began exporting wine in March 1933 to the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In 1950, the winery began to acquire more vineyards and also began the process of adapting its business to new markets and meeting a higher demand.

In 1971, Eduardo Guilisasti Tagle became Chairman of the Board, who succeeded in expanding the company. In 1987, after partnering with U.S. importer Banfi Vintners, the company started to incorporate more advanced technology in all of its production stages. It also started using small French oak barriques. In 1994, shares of Viña Concha started trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

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