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Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1804357
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Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha 2011 750ml

Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha

Medium-bodied white wine with well-balanced acidity and good concentration. The perfect partner for salmon and lean white meats.

Clean and bright, golden yellow. Surprisingly elegant with its aromas of white peaches, papaya, mango and huzelnut. Medium to full-bodied, it is creamy and mineral-rich on the palate. The long finish incorporates all the flavors

Origin: Santa Isabel Vineyard.Maipo Valley. Soil: In the highest part of the Maipo Valley, the soil is a coluvial clay loam affording good water retention and drainage. These soils are richer in minerals that contribute to the structure of Chardonnay. y. Climate: Semi-arid Mediterranean, influenced by the Andes Mountains. This is the coolest part of the Maipo Valley whose large swings in temperature slows ripening of the grapes. Harvest: Hand picked. March 12-16, 2002. Aging: Fermented in new and one and two years old French oak barrels "sur lie" for eleven months. Then aged for a period of 4 months after bottling.

A delightful accompaniment to white meat, shellfish and fresh cheeses.

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Concha Y Toro Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Medium-bodied white wine with well-balanced acidity and good concentration. The perfect partner for salmon and lean white meats.
 

Notes on the Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes Clean and bright, golden yellow. Surprisingly elegant with its aromas of white peaches, papaya, mango and huzelnut. Medium to full-bodied, it is creamy and mineral-rich on the palate. The long finish incorporates all the flavors

Technical Notes Origin: Santa Isabel Vineyard.Maipo Valley. Soil: In the highest part of the Maipo Valley, the soil is a coluvial clay loam affording good water retention and drainage. These soils are richer in minerals that contribute to the structure of Chardonnay. y. Climate: Semi-arid Mediterranean, influenced by the Andes Mountains. This is the coolest part of the Maipo Valley whose large swings in temperature slows ripening of the grapes. Harvest: Hand picked. March 12-16, 2002. Aging: Fermented in new and one and two years old French oak barrels "sur lie" for eleven months. Then aged for a period of 4 months after bottling.

Food Pairing A delightful accompaniment to white meat, shellfish and fresh cheeses.