The name Casillero del Diablo which translates to The Devil’s Cellar was born from a rumor which the founder of Viña Concha y Toro started when he set aside a small selection of his best wines and found out that some of them were getting stolen, to protect them. Rumour had it that the Devil lived in his cellar, hence the name. Made from the sensational Cabernet Sauvignon red wine grapes of Chile, the Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon has an intense color of ruby red and was aged in barrels of American oak. It has scents of cassis, plums, and cherries with the coffee and toast notes coming from the barrel aging. It is medium-bodied, with an aftertaste of berry and ripe fruit.