Vineyards Central Valley, Chile. The soil is alluvial in origin and of medium depth. It has good drainage and high fertility.
Winemaking The organically grown grapes are hand-picked the first week of March. After the crush, the vinification process takes place using stainless steel tanks, selected yeasts, low fermentation temperatures, pump overs and gentle lees stirring to ensure optimal results. The wine is then aged for 3 months in stainless steel tanks prior to release.
Tasting Notes Color: Transparent yellow.
Bouquet: A delightfully complex nose of lime and grapefruit blended with herbs such as boxwood.
Taste: Citrus and herb notes reappear on the palate. A fresh, bright and pleasing wine with nicely balanced acidity and good persistence.
Food Pairing Natura Sauvignon Blanc pairs well with ceviche, sushi, smoked ham, goat cheese and salads.