2010 Almaviva, Concha Y Toro / Mouton Rothschild (6 x Bottle)

Chile Maipo

(made from a blend of cabernet sauvignon, carmenere, cabernet franc and petit verdot): Opaque purple. Ripe cherry, cassis, pipe tobacco and vanilla on the highly perfumed nose, with a subtle smoky overtone. Fleshy dark fruit liqueur flavors are supported by zesty acidity and become spicier with aeration. Shows a compelling blend of depth, power and vivacity, finishing sweet and persistent, with harmonious tannins and lingering dark berry and vanilla qualities.

2010 Almaviva, Concha Y Toro / Mouton Rothschild (6 x Bottle)

(made from a blend of cabernet sauvignon, carmenere, cabernet franc and petit verdot): Opaque purple. Ripe cherry, cassis, pipe tobacco and vanilla on the highly perfumed nose, with a subtle smoky overtone. Fleshy dark fruit liqueur flavors are supported by zesty acidity and become spicier with aeration. Shows a compelling blend of depth, power and vivacity, finishing sweet and persistent, with harmonious tannins and lingering dark berry and vanilla qualities.

Chile Maipo
Producer Concha Y Toro
Region Maipo
Country Chile
Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend
Vintage 2010
Colour Red
Style Full, Dry, Powerful

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Vinous

(made from a blend of cabernet sauvignon, carmenere, cabernet franc and petit verdot): Opaque purple. Ripe cherry, cassis, pipe tobacco and vanilla on the highly perfumed nose, with a subtle smoky overtone. Fleshy dark fruit liqueur flavors are supported by zesty acidity and become spicier with aeration. Shows a compelling blend of depth, power and vivacity, finishing sweet and persistent, with harmonious tannins and lingering dark berry and vanilla qualities.

94 Points

By Josh Raynolds / December 2014

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2010 Almaviva is a Cabernet Sauvignon-based blend complemented with Carmenere, Cabernet Franc, and for the first time in 2010, a small quantity of Petit Verdot. 2010 was a cool vintage, giving the wine an herbaceous character with good freshness and balance. It is still young with some lactic notes and some aromas derived from the elevage (roasted coffee and dark chocolate), with terse black fruit and some beef blood overtones. This vintage seems to be a worthy follower of the 2005, with sweet round tannins, intense flavors, very good balance and the stuffing to live a long life in bottle. Drink 2015-2025.

92 Points / Drinking 2015 - 2025

By Luis Gutiérrez / June 2014