A Wine Legend.
The history of Casillero del Diablo begins more than 135 years ago, at a time when the founder of Viña Concha y Toro, Don Melchor de Concha y Toro, stored his fine wines in a cellar, behind a wrought-iron locked gate. After noticing wine being stolen from the cellar, Don Melchor de Concha y Toro spread a rumor that the devil lived there. From that day on no other bottles disappeared. Decades later the story was captured by Casillero del Diablo, a Cabernet Sauvignon launched in the 60s with its 1966 vintage. Over time the brand grew, adding new varieties and product lines until it became a recognized Chilean wine brand in the world today.
Flagship premium Chilean pisco Alto del Carmen is the name of an Andean Village, home both to the Chilean grape-based spirit Pisco and to the majestic Condor (between 2.000 an 5.000 meters, the symbol of Alto del Carmen).The Condor represents highness, liberty and power. The Pisco brand Alto del Carmen strives to deliver an outstanding Pisco. The production process is restricted to an artisanal volume of production, based only on Muscat grapes. This means that the process is dedicated to aromatic and fruity grapes, using small copper pots still to ensure meticulous quality control.
A Vineyard within a Vineyard.
Terrunyo (from terruño, the Spanish word for terroir) wine starts out with hand-picked fruit sourced from a cluster of vines in a well-delimited vineyard in which a micro-climate, the chosen grape stock, a select piece of soil and the expert hand of man interact, magically creating a great harmony and delivering unrivaled quality.
Concha y Toro and Mouton Rothschild's joint venture in Chile.
Made from a blend of classic Bordeaux varieties, in which Cabernet Sauvignon predominates, Almaviva is the result of a felicitous encounter between two cultures. Chile offers its soil, its climate and its vineyards, while France contributes its winemaking savoir-faire and traditions. The result is an exceptionally elegant and complex wine. Its launch was a major milestone in the development of Chilean wines, both in Chile itself and in the international market.
Timeless Heritage, a Consistently 90+ Point Brand*, a Great Choice.
Marques de Casa Concha has seven origins for its varieties. This ensures that each is grown in a beneficial area for its type and ultimately produces exceptional wines that express a particular terroir and bear the distinctive seal of Marques de Casa Concha. With more than 40 years of history, is backed by decades of experience in obtaining a truthful Chilean expression and quality in each of the wines in its portfolio, covering the country's complete diversity. Through Marques de Casa Concha, consumers are experiencing a part of Chile's history and viticultural heritage.
*Wine Spectator, 2000-2015
Sendero is the Chilean trail, one that traverses this land of strong contrasts influenced by landmarks that have turned it into a legend: a very dry desert in the north, the cold wilderness of Patagonia to the south, the tall majestic Andes Mountains to the east, and the flat Pacific Ocean to the west.
Concha y Toro
“International Drinks Company of the Year” in 2015 by The Drinks Business 1
“World's Admired Wine Brands” from 2011 to 2019 by Drinks International 2
“Powerful Wine Brand in the World” in 2014&2015 by Intangible Business 3
100 Wineries of the Year in 2018 by Wine & Spirits 4
In 1883, Don Melchor de Concha y Toro and his wife, Doña Emiliana Subercaseaux, brought noble Bordeaux region's wine grape stocks to Chile. Dedicated to producing wines of unprecedented quality that fully demonstrate the potential of Chile's natural resources, Concha y Toro has become a reference in Chilean quality winemaking. Concha y Toro's strength in depth is legendary – from newly discovered and specialized cool climate regions making exquisite Chardonnays', Sauvignon Blancs' and Pinot Noirs' to Concha y Toro's traditional and well-known Cabernets', Merlots' and Carménères'.
Don Melchor is an indisputable name in the Chilean fine wine scene. A masterpiece of Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile with over 30 years of history and the flagship label of Concha y Toro, is a truly unique wine of historical importance. The great terroir of Puente Alto gives winemaker Enrique Tirado the premium Cabernet Sauvignon he needs to make Don Melchor. The seven distinct parcels are terroirs that each bring a different character to the wine giving greater complexity and elegance. Like the first growths of Bordeaux, Don Melchor is a wine made from an exceptional terroir, with limited production and availability. Rare and special.
Crafted with grapes from iconic valleys and influenced by natural frontiers, Frontera represents the wide and dynamic range in its category. It offers delicious moments every day, bringing the experience of enjoying a good wine to millions of consumers around the world. Frontera is warm, uncomplicated and authentic. The ideal companion, always welcome for its simplicity and charisma.