This variety disappeared from its place of origin-Médoc, north of Bordeaux-after the attack of the Phylloxera pest, appearing again in Chile at the end of the 20th Century. Casillero del Diablo developed all its mildness and finesse. Colorful, with soft and round tannins, together with attractive redcurrant and chocolate bouquets, it is ideal for matching with aged cheese.
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