Dark, deep red in color, Terrunyo Carmenere has complex and elegant aromas of ripe red berries, plum, spice and a hint of tobacco. Powerful and concentrated fruit flavors reappear on the palate caressed in sweet tannins. Full in the mouth with great structure and a lingering finish. Chile.
One of the world's three leading wine producers and South America?s single largest exporter of fine wines, Concha y Toro accounts for virtually...
One of the world's three leading wine producers and South America?s single largest exporter of fine wines, Concha y Toro accounts for virtually a quarter of Chile?s total wine production. ?Founded in 1883, Concha y Toro was the first producer to introduce Chilean fine wines made from French grape varieties. Today, Concha y Toro spans over a dozen estates located throughout the premier wine regions of Chile. The outstanding value represented in each of Concha y Toro?s different collections is possible in part because the wines are made in Chile. A viticultural paradise, Chile is blessed with abundant sunshine, land, microclimates for every grape and a tradition of French winemaking techniques, in addition to being phylloxera-free. In contrast to other larger-scale wine companies, which have opted to diversify into wine regions worldwide, Concha y Toro has opted for a home-grown approach, concentrating exclusively on its South American homeland.