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CyT Late Harvest

Concha y Toro Late Harvest represents the winery’s passion and commitment to showcasing the high quality and variety of wine styles that Chilean terroir can produce. Concha y Toro Late Harvest was launched in 1991, with the 1988 vintage.

The grapes for this exquisite dessert wine are hand hand-picked from the Lourdes Vineyard, which is ideally located in the Maule Valley in close proximity to the Claro River. The unique microclimate, created by the river’s influence, of foggy mornings and bright, sunny days is perfect for the development of the “noble rot” botrytis cinerea.

Exclusively available in half bottles, this wonderful wine complements the wide range of Concha y Toro wines and offers wine lovers the chance to enjoy a Concha y Toro wine with every course from appetizer to dessert.


  • A rare gem – a dessert white wine from Chile.
  • From the small and highly prized Lourdes Vineyard in Chile’s Maule Valley.
  • Primarily Sauvignon Blanc, blended with small amounts of Riesling and Gewurztraminer.
  • Produced from a blend of partially botrytized grapes and grapes left to ripen on the vine – hence “late harvest.”
  • Produced by Maule Valley expert, winemaker Héctor Urzúa.
  • America talks dry – but loves to drink sweet!
  • A versatile pairing with a wide range of fare, from foie gras to fruit salad.
  • Something a little different to pair with a platter of cheeses, dried fruits and nuts.
  • A welcome addition to wine lists at contemporary and stylish Latin restaurants.

Tasting Notes

late-harvestCyT Late Harvest: Mature fruit aromas, such as pear, melon, and apricot. On the palate, the wine is soft and fruit-forward with notes of honey. Concha y Toro Late Harvest is a great accompaniment to traditional sweet desserts such as cheese cake, key lime pie, or fruit tart, as well as strong, ripe cheeses.



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