What to Expect: Intense aromas of tropical fruits, with an elegant hint of flowers, making this wine very delicate. On the palate it is fresh and fruity with good acidity.
Winemakers Notes: The grapes for this wine come from Molina area, close to the Andes Mountains in the Curicó Valley. These are handpicked at the middle of March, the grapes are crushed and undergo a cold maceration (8°C) in press for two hours. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures 53-57°F (12-14°C) in stainless steel tanks during 25 days, where it is always protected from air contact.
Interesting Fact: Terrapura takes the Condor, Chile’s national bird that lives in the valleys of the Andes, as its brand symbol. It appears on the label as a red Chilean Indian drawing, representing the strength and power of the Chilean terroir.
Serving Hints: Terrapura Sauvignon Blanc is perfect as an aperitif, but also is a fine accompaniment to fish, seafood, white-sauce pasta dishes and salty foods.