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Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017

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Vintage: 2017
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Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017 is a captivating red wine produced by the renowned winemaker, Hector Urzúa, in Chile’s renowned Maule Valley. It is a blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carmenere grapes, which were hand-picked at the peak of ripeness to ensure the highest quality flavor.

The color of this wine is a deep garnet red, reminiscent of a dark ruby, with a glint of purple when light shines through. The aroma of Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017 is packed with delicately sweet black fruit notes, alongside the smoky hints of mocha and creamy vanilla. On the palate, the tannins have a smooth, velvety texture that pairs perfectly with the bold flavor of the dark fruit. This wine lingers in the mouth with a pleasant aftertaste and is sure to tantalize the senses.

The quality of this wine was fostered by its terroir; the soils of the Maule Valley are comprised of alluvial and colluvial materials with good permeability and medium fertility. The climatic conditions were also favorable, ensuring a relative warm and arid atmosphere with strong, cool night breezes. The winemaker, Hector Urzúa, further enhanced the flavor and structure by aging the wine in a combination of both French and American oak barrels, with varying levels of toasting, each for 6 months, 6 weeks, and 6 days.

Overall, Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017 is a delicious wine that will seduce your senses with its intensity of color, captivating aromas and velvety flavors that linger in the mouth. With its bursting bouquet of dark fruit, mocha, and vanilla notes, it is an excellent accompaniment for heartier, heavier meals.

26 reviews for Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017

  1. Theresa Riley

    Fruit-forward with a touch too much sweetness.

  2. Susan Andersen

    Fruity but too sweet for my taste.

  3. Cecile Kaufman

    Sweet and oaky with white pepper, chocolate, and strawberry notes. Smooth and pleasing finish.

  4. Charlotte Reeder

    Malbec and Syrah aged for 6 months, 6 weeks, and 6 days in oak barrels. Notes of white pepper, chocolate, and strawberries. Sweet and oaky, but smooth with a pleasant finish.

  5. Sandra Little

    Smooth and elegant.

  6. Gregory Bonita

    Smooth.

  7. Kenneth Fisher

    Well-made wine with balanced flavors, highly enjoyable.

  8. Darlene Rasco

    Well-made wine with great balance. Enjoyable.

  9. Marlene Modlin

    Intense flavor, sweet touch, woody and fruity aroma.

  10. Vicki Lewis

    Intense flavor with a hint of sweetness and woody-fruity aroma.

  11. Troy Trinidad

    Dark red NJ ice color with an unpleasant aroma. The taste is nice with balanced, smooth, and fruity notes. Overall, it’s okay for the price in Israel.

  12. Ashley Hamby

    Medium to full-bodied with an unpleasant aroma. Dark red color. Nice taste with balanced acidity and a lot of fruits. Overall, okay for the price in Israel.

  13. Kristin Barton

    Aromas of toast and black pepper. Notes of blackberry and cinnamon. Medium finish and acidity.

  14. Newton Purtell

    Aromas of toast and black pepper with flavors of blackberry and cinnamon. Medium finish and acidity.

  15. Shannon Velazquez

    Excellent red wine with black fruit notes, a must-have for any wine lover.

  16. Annette Pinson

    Excellent red wine with notes of black fruit. Must buy more.

  17. Ernestina Wise

    Fruit-forward and crowd-pleasing. One of the few tolerable wines I’ve found in Mexico.

  18. Jayne Foust

    Tolerable, fruity Mexican wine – a crowd pleaser.

  19. Dale Gilbert

    Ruby color. Strong blackcurrant aroma. Overly oaky and sweet for my taste, but well-made with good quality grapes.

  20. Jackie Reed

    Transparent ruby color. Intense blackcurrant aroma. Overwhelming oak and caramel taste. Too sweet and round. Crowd-pleaser, but not my cup of wine. Good quality grapes and well-made wine.

  21. Robert Humphreys

    Disappointing, overly sweet with an artificial bouquet of caramelized red fruit. Unbalanced palate with no depth or finesse, lacking acidity and tannic structure. Non-existent aftertaste. Horrible sweet wine.

  22. Gregory Williams

    Terrible sweet wine with synthetic bouquet, unbalanced palate lacking depth, finesse, acidity, and tannic structure. Non-existent aftertaste.

  23. Kenneth Leach

    Versatile wine, with notes ranging from black fruits to citrus. Always a great choice.

  24. Phyllis Intrieri

    “Versatile wine with notes of black fruits and citrus. Always enjoyable.”

  25. Warren Greenhalge

    Review: Not as fresh, with a balsamic aroma and a hint of vanilla and spice. Tannins are well integrated and the acidity is pleasant. Good value at reduced price.

  26. Lauren Navarro

    Review: Not very fresh but still a good wine. Tastes like balsamic vinegar with a hint of vanilla and spice. Tannins are well blended, with a decent fruity flavor and a long finish. Best consumed within 3-4 years of vintage. Price is a bit high for a basic overseas wine.

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What does Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017 taste like?


Light
Bold
Smooth
Tannic
Dry
Sweet
Soft
Acidic
Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, mushroom

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

cherry, raspberry, red fruit

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, tobacco, vanilla

apple, stone fruit

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, plum, dark fruit

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

Citrus notes found in the wine

citrus, grapefruit

cheese, cream, oil

Vegetal notes found in the wine

tomato, green bell pepper, bell pepper

raisin, prune, black raisin

Floral aromas found in the wine

violet, potpourri, perfume

Food Pairing with Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017

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Winemaker of Concha Y Toro Diablo Dark Red 2017

Héctor Urzúa

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