Wine Review & Notes
The grapes for this wine come from Molina area, close to the Andes Mountains in Curicó Valley. These are hand -picked
at the end of March. The grapes are crushed and afterwards there is a cold maceration (8°C) in press for 2 hours. After
that, Alcoholic Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures (13-14°C) during 25 days, where it is always protected from air contact.
This wine has a light yellow golden color, with delicate aromas of citric and tropical fruits. It is fresh and round on the palate, with honey and citric notes. This Chardonnay is perfect to accompany salads, soft cheeses, light-sauced pasta dishes and fish.