The Leyda Valley is an area of clay soils which lend the wines a gently mineral character. Its steep hills provide varying levels of exposure to the sun, resulting in different degrees of ripeness. The cooling coastal influence ensures a solw ripening process, leading to grapes with great aromatic potential.

This is a pale yellow wine. Its bouquet is elegant and expressive, dominated by vegetal and citrus notes. On the palate the wine is fresh and unctuous with notes of green chilli pepper and grapefruit and a marked mineral character.

Tasting Notes:

Varietal Composition:

100% Sauvignon Blanc

Geographic Area:

Leyda Valley


Selected grapes were carefully hand-harvested and then subjected to a cold maceration in the press for four hours. This was followed by a clean fermentation with selected yeasts in stainless steel tanks at between 12ºC and 15ºC.

Winemaker's comments:

This wine is a pale yellow-green colour. It has an intense bouquet with herbal notes, green chilli peppers and lime. On the palate, the wine has a noticeable minerality and is fresh and unctuous with a herbal character, citrus notes and a long finish.

Food Pairings:

This wine can be enjoyed with oysters, ceviche and lean, ideally baked fish, fresh cheese and salad. It is perfect as an aperitif. Best served chilled at between 10ºC - 12ºC.

Cellaring Recommendations:

This wine is best enjoyed now but could be aged for up 4 years.

Format Types:

750 ml

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