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Concha y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Casillero del Diablo Reserve Central Valley
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Puna Cana
02/19/2009
by Rothfuss12082007
tried this wine at Tony Roma's in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in Feb 2009. i thought it was delicious!! it was about 8.00USD/glass
Excellent
03/02/2008
by Wilson15
Great wine for the price
One Of My Favorite Wines RIGHT HERE!!!
04/26/2007
by LittleBastard
This Cab is one that I can't get enough of... I L-O-V-E IT! For 8 bucks, it's probably one of the best Cab's going. Do yourself a favor and try it the next time you have a chance.
My new favorite Cab
03/14/2011
by Coutts14020489
tried it at Truffles (new restaurant in the Summit-N. Scottsdale) and had to get it for myself. Bought a case and will continue to keep it in stock to serve guests. It has been a huge winner among our friends.
Not Bad for under 10
08/24/2008
by journey12666187
Definitely lacking on the oak flavor which we like. But it is smooth and mellow and slight hint of fruit. Nice wine.
GREAT BUY
02/19/2008
by leftystrummer
Is there a better red wine out there for 8 bucks or less? I would like to know!
Great Value
12/12/2007
by CJDjinn
One of the best values you'll find. Full bodied and lasting with variety of flavors and a hint of spice in the back. I just bought a bottle to try it out and I'm planning to buy 4 more next visit.
Nice on a patio with a burger and a buddy!
10/05/2007
by Wass12507633
My first bottle was a gift and a pleasant surprise. I shall keep it on hand, from now on. Rich, full flavor and just dry enough.
Superb
05/05/2007
by Birge12387784
Full bodied, smooth, deep are how I would describe this very drinkable red. Wonderful with beef, pork or lamb. Does well also with red sauced pastas. Higly recommended
Great Value in a Cab
11/27/2005
by Wine11309074
getting hard to find because of it's popularity!
Great Value
01/01/2003
by PLP
Nice Cabernet with rich flavors and a wonderful finish. Great with a thick steak!
05/15/2007
by Eble11944426
mint/herbal, currant, black cherry - lightly toasted finish
Nor bad...
10/04/2003
by Flyntz10493140
Not a bad cab... on the light side, not tanic at all... I prefer the Casillero del Diablo Merlot... now there's an $8 wine worth drinking...
OK
07/22/2003
by Zdime
You can do better than this at $9.
just wasn't very impressed
05/04/2007
by derekp
Concho y Toro does some great stuff especially at low prices but I've never really enjoyed the Casillero del Diablo
Excellent for the price
12/30/2005
by Melamedoff11481526
Full bodied, big tannins, intense but not overwhelming fruit flavor. Decent finish. Still find the 2003 Concha y Toro Cabernet Sauvignon Casillero del Diablo Central Valley more satisfying for a similar price
Mediocre
07/02/2011
by Haris14101663
Did not like.

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Cabernet Sauvignon

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