Made from premium grapes from sustainably farmed vineyards in Chile’s Maule Valley. An approachable, not overbearing Chardonnay, the wine sees just a touch of oak influence, but maintains a focus on freshness of ripe yellow apple and pear, lemon zest, and brisk minerality.
The Maule Valley has left its mark as one of the first areas in Chile to be planted under vine. It is the largest wine growing region in Chile next to the Central Valley. The region is situated roughly 180 mile south of Santiago, in between the Andes Mountains and the Coastal Mountains. As one of the southernmost regions in Chile, the air is warm during the day cool during the evening. Winter rainfall is higher than other parts of the region. These elements allow for the vines to produce fruit that has a beautiful symbiosis of ripeness and acidity.
Pairings: Pan roasted halibut, seared scallops, chicken alfredo, semi-firm cheeses, grilled salmon.