Chardonnay

Guardián Wine

The fruit for this Chardonnay comes from the municipality of Santo Domingo in the Leyda Valley, which is part of the larger San Antonio Valley. The vineyard is greatly influenced by the Pacific Ocean, which is just 20 km away.

Description

The fruit for this Chardonnay comes from the municipality of Santo Domingo in the Leyda Valley, which is part of the larger San Antonio Valley. The vineyard is greatly influenced by the Pacific Ocean, which is just 20 km away. The first soil horizon has a clay texture with moderate depth and less than 3% of organic matter. The second horizon has different types of clay and lends structure and concentration to the fruit, and finally, the third horizon is compact granite with calcium carbonate in some areas.
The vineyards were planted 7 years ago on hillsides with a north-western orientation with a density of 6,200 plants/hectare.


The fruit was hand-picked to ensure it reached the winery in optimal conditions.
The grapes were destemmed, crushed, macerated at 10oC, and then pressed. The resulting must be decanted, and a percentage was fermented in stainless steel tanks and the rest in French oak barrels. After 4 months, the two lots were blended and bottled.

Details

Varieties

100% Chardonnay

Origin

Leyda Valley

Wine description

Colour

Yellow with very characteristic golden notes.

Aroma

Ripe citrus fruits such as lemons and mandarin oranges combined with mineral aromas and a touch of honey, almonds, and very seductive notes of vanilla.

Serving temperature

8° C – 10 °C.

Food match

Fresh, with very delicious acidity and minerality. Medium bodied with tremendous persistence.

Alcohol

13.5%

Ph

3.20

Total Acidity

4.35 g/L. (Tartaric)

Residual Sugar

5.31 g/L

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