The Central Valley in Chile is their main wine growing region. It accounts for approximately 80% of the their wine production. The Central Valley stretches about 400 kilometers from north to south. Its large size and variable topography has a broad range of climate conditions, soils and styles.
Vineyards are planted on coastal plains, the foothills of the Andes and at altitudes up to 750 meters. Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay grapes are grown across the region.
- APPELLATION: Central Valley.
- ALCOHOL: 12%.
- COLOR: Bright golden color.
- NOSE: Intensive tropical fruit notes, such as pineapple, guava and mango, along with subtle notes of honey in the finish.
- PALATE: Pleasant, smooth sensation on the palate with a well-rounded creamy texture and very good acidity.
- FOOD PAIRINGS: It pairs very well with white meat, such as chicken, pork and turkey.