Most associated with France’s Rhône Valley, Viognier is an aromatic variety with high power on the palate. Casillero del Diablo’s version is made with grapes from the Casablanca Valley for an exceptionally fresh Viognier with aromas of apricot and cherimoya (custard apple) complemented by notes of vanilla and toast.
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From two coastal valleys that are ideal for producing white wines, this example perfectly incorporates all of the freshness supplied by the beneficial climate thanks to the influence of the Pacific Ocean. This, plus the good soil conditions enable the creation of an aromatic wine with pronounced structure.
Aged in French oak barrels and stainless steel tank.
Benchland associated soils.
Javier Solari is an Agronomist of Universidad Mayor and from an early age, a wine lover. In the year 2000 he did the Wine Production and Technology Diploma in the Universidad de Chile. That sorne year he obtained the Enologic degree awarded by the Engineers Association of Agronomists Oenologist. Today, Javier is also in charge of different wines for Casillero del Diablo and is part of the winemakers team of the company's Super Premium brand, Marques de Casa Concha.Read more
Gold MedalCasillero del Diablo Reserva Viognier 2016
Six Nations Wine Challenge