In the Casablanca Valley vineyards overlooking the Pacific, which brings the freshness necessary to produce great white wines.
The Casablanca Valley is located just 70 kilometers from the capital of Chile, Santiago, and 30 kilometers from one of its main ports, Valparaíso. This valley began its viticultural journey a little more than three decades ago, with the planting of the first vineyards in the 1980s. It has become a prestigious area for white wines. It is a “cold climate” valley, which can reach temperatures below zero in winter. There the Sauvignon Blanc reflects that freshness, and in addition to the proximity of the Pacific Ocean contributes salinity and a mineral touch to the wine.
The Sauvignon Blanc from this area has a touch of salt and mineral, thanks to the influence of the ocean and the vineyard's variety of soils.
- Varieties: Sauvignon Blanc.
- Harvest: Night-time harvest from March 21 to April 13, 2016.
- Vineyard: Vineyard planted in 1993 in the Casablanca Valley on two types of soil: clay loam and red clay with decomposed granite.
- Alcohol content: 13% ABV.
- Colour: Pale yellow color with greenish reflections.
- Nose: Nose full of fresh notes with hints of tomato leaf, grapefruit and sea salt.
- Palate: Refreshing and mineral, peach aftertaste. Long and juicy finish.