In 1718, King Philip V of Spain bestowed the noble title of “Marqués de Casa Concha” upon José de Santiago Concha y Salvatierra for his merits as governor of Chile. The winery’s founder, Don Melchor de Santiago Concha y Toro, became the seventh Marqués de Casa Concha. The best place for every variety with vineyards throughout Chile. Concha y Toro has shown continuous interest in growing each variety in Chile’s best terroirs, comprehending the unique needs of each and turning this into one of the decisive factors in the quality of our wines.
Tasting Note: Deep, dark red. Notes of cherries, cassis, black berries, cedar, graphite and a hint of smoke. A well-structured wine with highly concentrated flavours underpinned by firm tannins and a long finish
Country: Chile Rating: 91 Points by Wine Advocates Grape Varietal: 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Syrah, 4% Petit Verdot 14.3 Alc./Vol.