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From two coastal valleys that are ideal for producing white wines, this example perfectly incorporates all of the freshness supplied by the beneficial climate thanks to the influence of the Pacific Ocean. This, plus the good soil conditions enable the creation of an aromatic wine with pronounced structure.
Benchland associated soils.
Aged in French oak barrels and stainless steel tank.
Marcelo holds a degree in Enology from the Universidad Católica de Chile and he has followed a successful career in Viña Concha y Toro, nowadays as Technical Director. Since 1998, he’s been in charge of the range Casillero del Diablo. A year later, he took on the responsibility of Marques de Casa Concha, one of the best-known and traditional brands of Chile.
With a degree in Enology from the Universidad de Chile, Marcio joined Concha y Toro in 1997. From 1998 to 2000 he worked with Enrique Tirado at the Puente Alto winery as assistant winemaker for Don Melchor, and then moved to the Cachapoal winery in the Rapel Valley, where he is now head winemaker.