Origin: Concha y Toro, Central Valley, Chile
Taste guide: Dry, crisp and fresh, lime and lemon citrus fruit flavours, gooseberry and elderflower notes, unoaked
75cl - 12% - screwcap
Chilean Sauvignon Blanc is markedly different to other country's version of this varietal. Due to the vines in Chile being ungrafted and of specific clones, the resultant wines have more citrus elements than in other parts of the world.
The grapes for this wine came from selected vineyards in Chile's Central Valley. Vinification took place in Concha y Toro's ultra-modern winery and following fermentation the wine was settled in stainless steel for for 4 months.
This is a bright, greenish yellow wine with an aroma showing citric notes with tropical fruits flavours of peach and melon. The palate is light, fresh and balanced, with lemon, mango and subtle peach fruit flavours. The finish is long and satisfying.
Still fresh and crisp, this wine was bottled in Spring 2017.
Won a BRONZE MEDAL at the I.W.S.C 2017
Primarily a Pub/Restaurant wine selling for upwards of £14.
Binendwines' price is just £4.95.