This variety has its origin in vineyards just a few kilometres from the Pacific Ocean, in the Casablanca Valley. Here, granite and clay soils, together with a coastal climate, come together perfectly to give life to this fresh Sauvignon Blanc.
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The clay-loam soils over a granitic base in our vineyards contribute rich minerality and tremendous aromatic expression to this wine, while the influence of the Pacific Ocean and its continuous gentle breezes allow us to obtain a wine with crisp acidity and pleasing freshness.
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
91 pts.Reserva Especial Sauvignon Blanc 2018