“Intense, lively, rich and fruity nose (pineapple). Medium-bodied, fresh, very pure. Lovely acidity and lift with a long, fruity, powerful, intensely mineral finish.
Balanced use of oak, very long, well balanced. Impressive stuff. Limarí is one of the most exciting and underpriced regions for Chardonnay in the world and Concha y Toro is leading the pack. 93 points, very good value.”
With 28 years of experience in the world of wine, Tim Atkin is a leading English critic and frequent contributor to publications such as Decanter, Imbibe, The World of Fine Wine, and many others, as well as a co-chair of the International Wine Challenge.
This article was written by Matt Walls, autor of the book “Drink me: How to choose, taste and enjoy wine” and a regular contributor of TimAtkin.com.