A few days after finishing an intense and successful world tour through South Africa, China, Norway, Sweden and Germany, the English team Manchester United along with Casillero del Diablo gave the initial kick off to the new 2012 – 2013 season of European competitions.Read more »
In order to accompany meals, appetizers or to simply share with a good conversation with friends, today white wines are an excellent alternative to enjoy in different occasions. Surprise yourself with the white varieties of Casillero del Diablo.Read more »
It is by far the most widely planted grape variety in Chile. The country’s climate and soil conditions have helped create high quality Cabernet Sauvignon wines comparable to those of major producers of this variety such as France, the United States and Australia. We invite you to discover all the characteristics and benefits of our Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon.Read more »
Sophistication, elegance and glamour have been, for years, the best characteristics to describe sparkling wines in the world. Their fine and rising bubbles have captivated wine lovers for centuries in different latitudes.Read more »
In the southernmost region of the Atacama Desert and 400 kilometers north of Santiago lies the Limarí Valley. The pure, crystal-clear waters of the Limarí River, originating in the Andes Mountains, are responsible for giving life to this oasis in the midst of an arid desert landscape in the northern area of Chile’s IV Region.Read more »
They are essential for the production of quality wines; they are becoming more important by the minute. Wineries of the world are focusing on them, taking into account the soils, climate and conditions which create world-class wines. We are referring to Chileʼs wine growing valleys and their characteristics – where the Casillero del Diablo Legend is born.Read more »
In recent years, one variety has become emblematic of Chilean wine. The soil and climate of the country’s central wine growing region have welcomed it as if it were a native, producing a violet-colored wine with black plum, ripe redcurrant aromas and smooth and friendly tannins. We’re talking about Carmenere. Read more »
If I want to drink a Casillero del Diablo wine, does it matter which glass I use? Does a bigger, smaller or taller wine glass make a difference?
For many the answer might be: “Never mind the glass”. However, those who know about wine are aware that the type of wine glass does matter, and a lot, as the right glass will help bring out the wine’s particular aromas and flavors. Read more »
For centuries, meat and wine have been a synonym for food & wine pairings throughout the world. It is a well-known fact that red wines and various cuts of meat are perfect together in a meal and that pairing possibilities are endless
depending on the special characteristics of each type of meat and wine.
Below we will look for some rules or guidelines to achieve a perfect pairing. Read more »