Grape: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Wine region: Maule Valley, Chile
Land: Santa Rosa, 54 Kms from the Pacific Ocean, 61 MASL.
Soil: Alluvial in origin with two layers, one of sandy clay and the other sandy with a high percentage of gravel.
Yield: 12,000 to 14,000 kg/ha.
Harvest: Mechanical harvest with grape selection during the last week of February.
Winemaking: In stainless steel tanks at 15°C for 21 days.
Tasting Notes: Pale green color. The nose has intense aromas of citrus fruit with hints of tomato leaf and green apple peel. On the palate the wine is fruit forward with mineral notes, good freshness, and great acidity.
Food Pairing: Ideal to accompany raw fish, fresh vegetables, or as an aperitif.