Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
D.O.: Leyda Valley : Our vineyards are 10km away from the Pacific Ocean. Because of the Humboldt Current, it gives fresh wind from the sea allowing natural acidity to the wine. When comes the summer, fruits ripe slowly because of morning mist and clear sky in the afternoon and temperatures reaching 20-30°.
With granite soil and slate in lower part, the region offers white varieties beautiful minerality as well as natural acidity and fruit concentration.
Harvest: By hand
Vine per hectare: 6.000 /ha
Yield: 9 ton/ha
Winemaking: Traditional in stainless steel tanks with an average length of 120-130 days and fermentation temperatures about 6-8 °C. Movement on lees to give length on the palate. The sake east doesn't like Sulphur, we then use as few SO2 as possible and avoid contact with oxygen.