Variety / Style
- Sauvignon Blanc
Denomination of Origin (D.O.)
- Rapel (Coast)
This wine comes from the diverse vineyards located in Chile’s leading wine valleys located just a few kilometers from the Pacific Ocean. The proximity to the sea helps moderate temperatures in the area, especially in the summer, and enables the production of a Sauvignon Blanc with pronounced freshness.
Benchland and riverbench associated soils.
Fermented in stainless steel tanks.
Max Wienlaub has a Degree in Agriculture from the University of Concepción, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Wine Production from the University of Chile. In 1999 and 2000, he participated in the wine harvest at La Crema Winery, (Santa Rosa, California, USA) and Franciscan Estates (Oakville, California, USA). He joined Concha y Toro in 2000, and over the years he has been involved in the production of wines for the Casillero del Diablo, Trio and Marques de Casa Concha lines.
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