The fruit for this wine was sourced from a range of sites across the Aconcagua Valley, where the Mediterranean climate and cold nights encourage good fruit purity.
As seen on TV. Freshly cut grass aromas complement those of green apple and pineapple, crisp acidity lends freshness to the intense and invigorating palate. The finish is dry and refreshing.
Maximum fruit character is obtained by hand-harvesting and cold fermentation of the Sauvignon grapes, and the addition of 2% Semillon helps keep the blend well-rounded. Great with Seafood and salmon.
On Chile's Casablanca Valley, Pinot Noir grapes develop excellently over a long ripening period.
It has notes of plum, blueberry, cherry, liquorice and chocolate. Leading wine critic James Suckling gave the 2018 vintage 92 points.