Sunday, April 25, 2010

Concha Y Toro Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc 2002 Wine Review (NW)


Tasting notes:

Bright citrus and honey on the nose

Sweet, soft, and light

Pear, melon, and more honey notes

Summary:

Here's a wonderful dessert wine that's light, sweet, and full of flavor. It's amazingly flavorful and never heavy, really retaining the characteristics of Sauvignon Blanc. I don't often see this for sale, but it's from the largest producer of Chilean wines so keep an eye out for it. Expect to spend around $20 for a 375mL bottle- and the raise a glass!

1 Comments:

At 4:30 PM permalink, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Christimas 2010 was when I met the Private Reserve of Late harvest Sauvignon Blanc from maule Valley Chile it was a 2005 produced bottle Concha Y Toro from Chile.
From the fist wif to the shot glass of the beautiful bouque I was head over heals in love with this wine. Now to get my hands on enough bottles for the entire year....hummmmm.

 

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