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Chile's Concha Y Toro Releases Two New Brands


James Molesworth
Posted: October 7, 2000

Chile's Concha y Toro winery has just increased its already wide range of wine offerings. The company has released two new brand lines: Xplorador and Terrunyo.

Xplorador will be priced at about $8 per bottle, placing it between Concha y Toro's Frontera and Casillero del Diablo lines. The Terrunyo line will be priced between $20 and $30, thereby putting it near the top of Concha y Toro's hierarchy, with only the Don Melchor Cabernet costing more.

Wine Spectator recently rated two of the Terrunyo bottlings in the Oct. 31 issue. The Cabernet Sauvignon Maipo Valley 1997 ($29) scored 88 points, and the Sauvignon Blanc Casablanca Valley 1999 ($20) scored 86 points. Look for more ratings of the two new brands in the upcoming Nov. 15 issue.

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Check our recent ratings of Concha y Toro wines.

To learn more about Concha y Toro:

  • March 31, 2000
    South America's Peaks and Valleys

  • July 12, 1999
    Concha y Toro Renames Its Top-Selling Wines

  • Nov. 30, 1997
    Chilean Powerhouse

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