750 ML


Product Description

Color: A pretty and bright yellow with hints of pale green and straw shadows. Nose: Elegant and aromatic nose with an impressive array of minerality, fruit and subtle oak. The Casablanca terroir expresses unique complexity with hints of flint and minerality in a unique combination with citrus, honey, and sweet spices. Mouth: Subtle elegance and a surprising freshness at the attack that develops into a round and juicy mid palate. Finish is long and intense. Service and Food Pairing: Enjoy with carpaccio, Shellfish. White fish and risotto with Parmigiano cheese or mushrooms. Serve at 12º C.


Varietal: Chardonnay

Region: Casablanca Valley

Region Description:

Casablanca Valley is one of the newest regions in Chile. Northwest of Santiago and less than 20 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the Casablanca Valley is a prime area for cool climate grapes. The area was discovered when Pablo Morandé, who was then working for Chilean giant Concha y Toro, started looking for a growing environment similar to Carneros. Planting in the valley expanded rapidly in the 1990s, yet there are few wineries based there. Most of the roughly 10,000 acres of vineyards are farmed by wineries based elsewhere in Chile or by private growers. Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape. Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot noir and merlot are also in the region.