Concha Y Toro

Concha y Toro

Marqués de Casa Concha Chardonnay 2017

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5만원대 구입/ 인터넷 가격: 2만 5천원
— 8 days ago

Dominio de Eguren

Teso La Monja Alabaster Toro Tinto de Toro 2011

Finishes minutes long....... smooth yet complex as very layered. — 9 days ago

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Bodegas Numanthia

Termes Toro Tinto de Toro 2014

4/5 soft pleasant floral. 5/5 flavor tannin and robust. I enjoyed it’s not too fruity soft and pleasant. $50 — 8 days ago

Concha y Toro

Reserva Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Stable. Black currant. Blueberry and black fruits. No rough taste. High completeness compared with other vintages. @, LongTang, 191020 — 24 days ago

Concha y Toro

Reserva Casillero del Diablo Carménère 2017

Less tannic, which I like. Pretty straightforward, blackberry and tobacco; juicy. — a day ago


Toro Tinta de Toro

Deep violet color. Ripe plum & blackberry on the nose. Mineral & earthy notes on the tongue. High in tanins. — 10 days ago

Concha y Toro

Reserva Privada Casillero del Diablo Rapel Valley Malbec 2016

Very well balanced, good body. Not really complex, but pairs well with heavier and spicy foods. — 20 days ago

Concha y Toro

Devil's Red Casillero del Diablo Red Blend

Excellent wine ~ very smooth, great after taste. — 7 hours ago

Bodegas Numanthia

Numanthia Toro Tempranillo 2015

Many wines are good; only a few are great. This one is in the latter category. Unbelievably concentrated and complex. New flavors and nuances emerge with every sip. The vines for this are very old - most between 60 - 100 years. This wine is tremendous now but will improve even more with long cellaring. This is truly one of Spain’s great wines. 2015 vintage on Nov 9, 2019 — a day ago

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Terra d'Uro

La Enfermera Toro Tempranillo 2016

***I was wrong - after tasting the 3rd time, James Suckling was right. This is a lovely wine, perhaps it does earn the 93 points.*** Pronounced aroma which is bramble fruit, touch of herbs and anise and a back note of toasted oak. Lovely smell where the taste will eventually catch up given time to breathe. Tannins are a bit grizzly, long finish with more licorice hints and I agree there’s a zing of black pepper but it’s subtle. Acidity is right and overall it works really well and is quite food friendly. All of this after a full day in the wine fridge as it’s really tight after uncorking. Take into account the $9 price on sale at Total Wine and the QPR is through the roof. — 20 days ago

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