Casillero del Diablo is one of the brands produced by Concha y Toro, the largest wine producer in Chile and one of the best in terms of consistent quality and good value for the price.
The story goes that in starting in 1891, the founder of the Concho y Toro Winery, Don Melchor, kept a personal stash of the best wines they produced. And to keep people away from his stash, he spread the rumor that the devil lived in the cellar. The translation of the name “Casillero del Diablo” means, cellar of the devil.
CASILLERO DEL DIABLO CARMENERE
Aging: 8 months in American oak barrels
Colour: Dark purple
Smell: Exotic fruits, black plums and currants, dark chocolate, with notes of coffe and toasted American oak
Flavour: Notes of black plum, spices, and toasted oak, with a smooth and well structured taste.
Size: 75 CL