Wine Apaltagua, "Gran Verano" Sauvignon Blanc, 2013
Reviews of purchase Apaltagua, "Gran Verano" Sauvignon Blanc, 2013
The wine has a bright yellow color with green reflections.
The wine shows a soft, refreshing flavor with citrus notes.
The distinctive aroma of the wine is fragrant floral notes, surrounded by shades of lime and herbs.
The wine goes well with seafood, fresh vegetable salads, appetizers, cheeses.
Vina Apaltagua located in a prestigious area in the Apalta Valley Cachapoal. Apaltagua history began in 1995, when the successful American businessman Edward Tutunjian spent his holidays in Chile and just fell in love with the wine of the country. In deciding to invest in the Chilean wine industry, he acquired his first vineyard in the prestigious Curico valley. In the future, in order to increase acreage were acquired several vineyards in different regions of Chile. Today the farm has five Apaltagua vineyards located in major wine-producing valleys of the country, characterized by excellent conditions for viticulture. This allows the company to produce a variety of wines, as well as to be recognized and respected globally for their quality. Wines Apaltagua made under guidance of an experienced winemaker Benjamin May and consultant enologist Alvaro Spinoza, one of the leading wine country and the pioneer of biodynamic method of growing grapes in Chile.