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Concha y Toro Carmin de Peumo Carmenere 2008
95 RP
95 WS
94 D

Concha y Toro Carmin de Peumo Carmenere 2008

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HK$750.00
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Additional Information

Product Code CH-98308
Varietal Red Wine
Country Chile
Region Puente Alto
Vintage 2008
Grape Variety 90% Carmenere, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Cabernet Franc
Bottle Format 750 ml
Style Complex, Elegant, Floral, Medium, Spicy, Toasty

Details

Winemaker's Notes

Dark and deep red with violet nuances. On the nose, the wine is very elegant, complex, spice box, blueberries, graphite with hints of cassis and tobacco. It is mouth-filling with ripe underlying tannin, deep, concentrated, with a long aftertaste and distinctive hints of Peumo's Terroir, Graphite loam and mineral nuances. It drinks by self like a modern Bordeaux assemblage, but with the finesse and fruit of the new World.

Enjoy with deer, lamb with spicy sauces and blue cheeses.

By eRoberparker.com, 95 pts

As deeply colored as the 2007 with a similar density and richness. It too will evolve for 5-6 years and will offer prime drinking from 2017 to 2028. This wine is a benchmark for what can be achieved with the Carmenere grape

By Wine & Spirits, 94 pts

Profound in its depth of flavor, ranging from herbs and tart cherries to figs, this is a huge and concentrated carmenère. Still a baby, this needs three years or more in bottle to begin to evolve and show its layers of complexity. Ignacio Recabarren selects this wine from one block (parcel 32) planted in the 1980s on a rocky terrace of the Cachapoal River.

By Wine Spectator, 95 pts

The 2008 Terrunyo Carmin de Peumo Carmenere contains 7.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2.5% Cabernet Franc in its blend while receiving the same elevage as the 2007 cuvee. As deeply colored as the 2007 with a similar density and richness ... It too will evolve for 5-6 years and will offer prime drinking from 2017 to 2028. Both wines are benchmarks for what can be achieved with the Carmenere grape.