Casablanca is a place recognised around the world for the quality of its white wines. Clay soils of granitic origin, together with cold, cloudy mornings, are the perfect combination for the creation of this wine which stands out for its elegance.
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The clay-loam soils over a granitic base in our vineyards contribute minerality and good acidity to this wine, while the zone’s constant coastal breezes and morning fog regulate the temperatures and enable us to obtain a wine that captivates with its freshness and elegance.
Soils rich in red clay and granite give rise to Reserva Especial in Casablanca, 70 kilometres west of Santiago de Chile. Clay has been a key element in many creations throughout human history, and
today it has an important role in making this wine.
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