Concha y Toro 2001 Casillero Del Diablo Carmenère (Rapel Valley)

Deep in color, with candied aromas of marshmallow and vanilla. The mouth is heavy and chewy, and a bit hot as well. Carmenère, which is on the rise in Chile, usually has a chocolaty quality, and this one does. But it doesn't have the charm and style that the best ones do. Michael Schachner

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