Origin: Central Valley, Chile
Taste guide: Dry, citrus and lemon fruit flavours, hints of tropical fruit, long finsih, unoaked
75cl - 12.5% - screwcap
¿Sepa Moya! The name - meaning literally, “Who knows?” - hints at the nature of the wine within. Produced by a major Chilean winemaker for a UK importer, their brief was to produce a cheeky, carefree, easy wine- yet made with a serious intent, resulting in an intriguing, engaging wine experience.
Produced from grapes grown in Chile's Central Valley wine region, this is textbook Chilean Sauvignon. The nose and palate show lemony citrus fruit, with hints of peach and melon and other tropical fruit characters. This is a clean and zesty wine with a satisfyingly long finish.
The ideal accompaniment to all white meats and seafood dishes.
Despite this being a previous vintage it is holding up very well and in our opinion has benefitted from the extra bottle ageing by softening out.
The 2019 vintage is being sold at £8 and above in other retailers - and at around £18 on restaurant wine lists.
This earlier vintage is still drinking superbly well and is now even better value at the further reduced price of just £4.95.