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Concha y Toro Carmenere Reserve Casillero del Diablo Rapel Valley
3.8 average rating 41 ratingsrate it

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WOW
05/03/2010
by ThAdEa
I love this wine. I dont leave without a bottle of it. Delicious and my favorite wine to date under $10.
Fantastic wine
10/24/2009
by Schneider13665691
Heard about this wine on a local radio show. Bought a bottle, drank it. Bought another bottle, drank it! Bought a wine cooler, bought a case of this wine! Nice refreshing red wine even on the hottest of Arizona nights!
Price Performer and Much Moreore
01/28/2009
by Belz13393306
First and always Camenere! I stumbled on to the varietal and could not believe it. Very intense and robust, with a long finish! Not for the faint of heart. Those looking for something beyond the tried and true.
You Made Me Love Carmenere
08/19/2008
by AgentFossiRosso
This wine is, to me, the quintessential Carmenere. This wine made me fall in love with Carmenere, and you never forget your first love. Berries, chocolate, rich purpley color, nice substantial body, pleasant medium length finish. It's got it all. My absolute favorite $10 wine.
Good stuff
08/30/2010
by Haydock13725606
For the price this is good stuff.
Disregard my previous review
01/11/2010
by Wilson12078699
I tried this wine again and had a very different reaction. This time it had good flavor and some depth. Either my last bottle was off or I served it a bit too soon after taking it out of the wine cooler.
Great Wine at a Great Price
11/13/2009
by Stanton13550363
This is a great wine for any occasion and is worth every penny. Get a bottle or two and I am sure you will be very happy.
05/10/2009
by May11932874
3 1/2 to 4 try again recent reviews outstanding.
Definately a bargain for the price
08/07/2008
by Red Vino
The resurgence of this grape is wonderful. Slightly less body than a cab with all the nose and flavor of a "big red". I have bought many cases. Drinks like an $18 to $25 bottle. Chile continues to impress me. This a great bottle to bring to a party to introduce people to red wine.
Good full red
02/28/2008
by DHD
I tried a bottle of this and bought a case. It is a very good value full red for everyday drinking.
05/21/2006
by Schwartz11811606
The price brings this wine into the 4 star range.
2009 not so good
05/17/2011
by Wine13634722
This wine has been a staple in my rotation for years. Unfortunately the 2009 just isn't up to par. Hopefully the next vintage will be better.
06/23/2009
by Eble11944426
smooth, moderate tannins, black cherry, cocoa, tobacco
Nice Niche' Wine
10/08/2008
by Thumper 12141604
This 2006 former Bordeaux blender grape of the Cabernet Sauvignon family lacks the depth, breadth or complexity of an apertif. With a taste profile similar to Cab Franc or Merlot, serve it with Gorgonzola, pear and walnut salad; Glazed Ham dishes; and rich chessy casseroles. A nice "once in a while" wine.

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Virtually every wine region in Chile benefits from proximity to the Pacific Ocean and the cooling Humboldt Current that flows up from the South Pole. Although Chile extends more than 2,000 miles from north to south, its grape-growing regions are clustered in the center of the country, where rainfall is concentrated during the winter months, and where an absence of fungal diseases makes for relatively carefree grape-farming.
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