Concha y Toro

Ania Smolec 16/02/2015

Syrah: Expression of the origin

More than other varieties, Syrah can be cultivated in a wide range of climates and types of soils.

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More than other varieties, Syrah can be cultivated in a wide range of climates and types of soils. Even over small changes in location, the wines vary visibly.

Syrah has the capacity of expressing the differences in the types of soils and climatic conditions.

In Marques de Casa Concha Syrah, this variety exposes a silky, smooth texture. Syrah aromatic complexity and structure finesse made it distinguished.

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Wine lovers like to describe Syrah as a spicy one. Nevertheless, it is not only about real pepper notes. Syrah by itself has the profile of aromas based on the notes of: violets, pepper, dark berry fruits, and some smoked notes of leather, meat.

The optimal Syrah is medium body wine, with visible, round and velvet tannins and vibrant acidity.

Marques de Casa Concha Syrah comes from Maipo Valley. The vineyard Quinta de Maipo has marked influence of the Andes Mountains. Thanks to those conditions Marques de Casa Concha Syrah is deep, round, voluptuous, with persistent tannins.

This elegant wine, with beautiful dark, intense, red color seduces with ripe and dense flavors, full of blackberries, cherries, blueberries, black currants and spices like black and white pepper. This wine has also some smoky accent at the end.

Marques de Casa Concha Syrah is meat friendly. Wine as rich as Marques de Casa Concha Syrah demands recipes with character. Try it with cassoulet of lamb, paella or duck breast in prunes sauce.

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Thyme note in the wine pairs well with the meat recipes prepared in the reduction sauces based on cherries and with the touch of wine.

This variety has an aging potential, and the contact with oak always surround its tannins and enriches its aromatic possibilities. How many years can a bottle of Syrah wait for perfect food and occasion? That depends on its tannis. Marques de Casa Concha Syrah can easily be kept for five years.