The grapes are hand-harvested, cold-fermented and "aged sur-lie" for up to three months in French oak barrels for complexity.
A pale yellow color with light tones of green. Tropical fruit notes such as chirimoya stand out on the nose, accompanied by touches of green apple, tomato leaf, and herbs, indicating good balance between this variety's fruit and herbal aspects. Refreshing on the palate with a sharp acidity and medium body that leads to a persistent, enjoyable aftertaste.
"Lively, with a good range of thyme, verbena and grapefruit pulp notes that stay fresh on the floral-tinged finish. Drink now. 3,500 cases imported."
"Snappy, crisp and green on the nose, but well balanced and showing the good side of Chilean SB, which is oceanic, fresh, green and citrusy. Flavors of lime, grapefruit and passion fruit are true, while the finish is fruity at first before breaking up.
Nice SB but nothing special. Same class as Santa Rita but more expensive.