Vina Concha y Toro was established in 1883 by politician and businessman Don Melchor Concha y Toro, when he brought noble French grapevines from the Bordeaux region to plant in the Maipo Valley. Through the years, the winery has greatly expanded their vineyards, acquiring land in Argentina as well as California, allowing them to express a variety of terriors in their highly acclaimed wines.
Marques de Casa Concha Pinot Noir is produced with grapes that have been handpicked from the San Julian vineyard, located nineteen miles from the Pacific Ocean on the south bank of the Limari River. Matured for fourteen months in French oak, this limited production wine is a bold, concentrated red with vibrant notes of ripe cherry, strawberry and raspberry, accented by hints of toasted oak and earth. Balanced acidity and fine tannins lend structure to the lingering finish.
Product of Chile
Alcohol by Volume: 14%