*Cellar Selection* Just the fifth vintage of this Concha y Toro/Baron Rothschild joint venture superbly blends the robust with the reserved. Despite a challenging millennium vintage, the wine is ripe, with cassis and licorice aromas and expressive currant and plum flavors. The tannins are mild, the finish deep with plum and coffee. While not a heavyweight Cabernet, it still packs punch. (MS)
Solid, with a slightly chunky feel to the coffee, bittersweet cocoa, cedar, dark currant and fig notes, all backed by dark loam and roasted sage notes on the finish. (JM, Web-2011)
Cabernet Sauvignon 86%, Carmenère 14%. Dark purplish crimson. Strong attack with a certain delicacy on the nose though powerful sweetness on the palate. Still marked tannins -a youthful, unformed wine. Tannins still quite jagged. Not immediately obvious as a Chilean wine - more of a big, bold Bordeaux blend. 17+/20 points (JR)
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