Concha y Toro

Frontera Central Valley Merlot

8.4160 ratings
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Central Valley, Chile
Merlot
Beef, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, Exotic Spices, Lamb, White Rice, Baking Spices, Herbs, Pasta, Chicken, Mushrooms, Pungent Cheese, Turkey, Tomato-Based, Soft Cheese, Pork, Beans & Peas, Hard Cheese, Duck, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Jen
7.7

Too sweet and had a bizarre aftertaste. There are better budget merlot's out there.

Too sweet and had a bizarre aftertaste. There are better budget merlot's out there.

2 people found it helpfulApr 3rd, 2015
Daniel Camacho

Dusty, plain, awful

Dusty, plain, awful

2 people found it helpfulNov 23rd, 2014
Amanda C

Full bodied, dry but smooth and spicy on the end.

Full bodied, dry but smooth and spicy on the end.

1 person found it helpfulJan 21st, 2015
Joanna Boyd

Hints of pepper with a fairly smooth finish.

Hints of pepper with a fairly smooth finish.

1 person found it helpfulDec 9th, 2014
Tudor Pop

Safe wine, no ugly surprises on the palate, perfect for cooking, decent for dribling a whatever evening.

Safe wine, no ugly surprises on the palate, perfect for cooking, decent for dribling a whatever evening.

Oct 27th, 2018
Danielle Stretzer

Mama Rhonda liked this wine at Discovery Bay Sports Bar and Steakhouse

Mama Rhonda liked this wine at Discovery Bay Sports Bar and Steakhouse

Jun 10th, 2017
Onder Sengur

If you like merlot, this is the best price performance product, fruity taste.

If you like merlot, this is the best price performance product, fruity taste.

Feb 12th, 2017
Danny Sousa

Nice surprise

Nice surprise

Sep 24th, 2016
James Clyde Harvey

At the Hernandez's.

At the Hernandez's.

May 21st, 2016
Anne Richardson

Dark red in color. An earthy spicy aroma. Earthy, clay flavor with berry notes. Not a traditional Merlot.

Dark red in color. An earthy spicy aroma. Earthy, clay flavor with berry notes. Not a traditional Merlot.

Apr 2nd, 2016