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Sauvignon, Kintu.

Product Code: SCSV
Vintage: 2012 Size: 75cl
Alcohol content: 13.2% Units per bottle: 10
Closure type: Screw Cap Best enjoyed by: 2015
District: Maule Valley
Region: Chile
Grape varieties: 100% Sauvignon Blanc Selling Price:
RRP: £6.48


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Tasting note

    Pale hay colour, good grassy fruit on the nose. Nicely rounded fruit in the mouth with good acidity leaving a softer dry finish. Maule Valley Good with fish dishes and duck.

Producer tasting notes

    Yellow pale colour with lime green shapes

Food matching suggestions

    Aperitif or with fish and white meat

Information on producer

Information on Wine & Area

    The Kintu wines come from the Maule Valley where the low hills and plains have been important for viticulture for the last two hundred years. The word Kintu means fine view and in a land as beautiful and stunning Chile it is hardly surprising the local dialect has many such words. Like many of Chile's wine regions, Maule has a cooling ocean breeze and misty mornings that allow the grapes to maintain their natural acidity whilst attaining full ripeness.