Sauvignon Blanc

Guardián Wine

The fruit 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 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 grapes are harvested manually to ensure that they reach the winery in good condition. They are then crushed and pressed, and decanted into stainless steel tanks. They are then inoculated with selected yeasts. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures between 14 and 16°C, after which the wine is kept on its lees prior to being mixed and bottled.

Details

Varieties

100% Sauvignon Blanc

Origin

Leyda Valley

Wine description

Colour

This is a yellow wine with slight tones of green, very luminous.

Aroma

In the nose it offers us aromas of citrus and tropical fruits with notes of wildflowers and a subtle touch of minerals.

Flavour

It is fresh in the mouth with exquisite acidity and very pleasant mineral notes, making it a complex, elegant wine.

Serving temperature

serve at moderate temperature, between 10ºC and 12°C.

Food match

Recommended for oysters, fish and as an aperitif.

Alcohol

13%

Ph

3.24

Total Acidity

4.54 g/L. (Tartaric)

Residual Sugar

4.48 g/L

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