This Cabernet Sauvignon is produced by Concha y Toro, arguably the largest and most important producer in South America. In 1883, the aristocratic Concha family brought seedlings from Bordeaux to Chile, pioneering the rise of the Maipo Valley and laying the foundation for Concha y Toro.
Fans of Chilean wines can expect fruitiness and good acidity similar to other cool climate Cabernets. The palate shows flavours of black currant, violets, and a touch of graphite. The smokey black cherry and olive flavours make this a perfect midweek pizza or pasta wine.