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.
PICTOR Sauvignon Blanc
- APPELLATION: Central Valley
- ALCOHOL: Alc. 12% by Vol.
- COLOR: Pale bright yellow color.
- NOSE: Blend of citrus notes, lime and grapefruit.
- PALATE: Fresh and crisp wine with citrus notes mixed with floral touches.
- FOOD PAIRINGS: Excellent as an aperitif and pairs well with salads and seafood dishes.