Santa Alicia - Wine of Chile

Sauvignon Blanc

VINEYARD

Maipo Valley
Traditional vsp training, with yield per hectare and control by pruning and drip irrigation.
Vineyards are located mainly in the lower maipo area (melipilla) where temperatures are lower during the ripening period, thus helping to maintain and enhance aromas.

HARVEST:

End of february, early march

VINIFICATION

Crushing, de-stemming, pressing in pneumatic press.
Decantation of musts. fermentation in stainless steel tanks with controlled temperature between 11 and 13°c for approximately 18 to 21 days.

AGING

Aging in stainless steel over fine lees, with weekly pumping over in order to obtain better volume and a rounder mouthfeel.

FINING

Bentonite. Pressure filtration and sterile membrane.

TASTING NOTES

Bright greenish yellow color.
Expressive and fresh, the nose features notes of grapefruit, lime, citrus, white flowers and herbs. Very fresh mouthfeel, good volume, brisk citrusy acidity.

ANALYSIS

Alcohol: 12,5 %
Acidity: 4,7 g/l
pH: 3,2
Residual sugar: 2,15 g/l

Sauvignon Blanc