One of the most award-winning Sauvignon Blancs in Chile, in many ways this wine shows most clearly the surprising characteristics that our vineyard imparts to our wines, with distinctive notes such as smoke and sea salt. A unique style that is in part due to harvesting at night then leaving the grapes to cold soak on their skins for at least 5 days before being pressed. On the nose intense notes of key lime, guayaba and sea salt dominate with just a hint of smoke. In the mouth, bright flavours of ginger, citrus zest and white pepper give way to a tight mineral backbone and fresh acidity.
Gorgeous nose, pungent and complex with layers of aromas that transfer into the palate. Notes of gooseberry, key lime and herbs and jalapeno pepper hints give way to grapefruit and more tropical fruit richness, followed up with a touch of minerality. The palate gushes with pink grapefruit, gauava and a sweet, tart interplay that is fresh and vibrant. This has exceptional length and for the price this is a screamer. It is reported that Casa de Bosque makes one of Casablanca’s best Sauvignon Blanc (actually Chile’s best) and supplies Sauvignon Blanc grapes to some well known wineries with big names who know this to be true. Exceptional value, this wine has great purity and vibrancy that gushes with crisp fruit, with a finish you could keep time with.