Under the charm of Chilean Carmenere…

(By Marina La Forgia) Chilean “Carmenere” wines are definitely a delicious and unique country trademark. And this wine made by prestigious winery Marques de Casa Concha is an example of its magnificence and versatility. For those who haven’t tried it yet or for those who wants to discover even more the typicity given by this exclusive terroir and its maturity potential, here you have this Carmenere blended with a 10% of Cabernet Sauvignon from DO Peumo in Cachapoal Valley that you can enjoy right now to feel the explosive fruity expression of cherries and plumbs and the strong body and structure. But if your budget allows you and if you are capable to wait, then keep another bottle in your cellar for a couple of years and then it will seduce you because of the elegance, smoothness and roundness this wine will absolutely get thanks to the year and a half that was already aged in oak French barrels. Salud!

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