Lago Ranco Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Casa Silva's Lago Ranco is harvested from the first vineyard ever planted in the Lake District of Patagonia; pioneered and planted by Casa Silva in 2006.

Tasting Notes

Elegant and expressive on the nose with fruity notes of lime, pear, green pepper, interspersed with intense freshness from Lake Ranco and the Andes. Rich and elegant on the palate with a lingering acidity and mineral notes.

Food Pairing

The expressive acidity and fruit notes are the perfect pairing for seafood including oysters, crab and hake.

Tech Details

The vineyards are planted on small hillsides of the Osorno Valley facing Lake Ranco, creating a special microclimate for the production of vineyards. The hillside is comprised of the volcanic soil trumao, which has a high water retention capacity. Grapes are hand harvested and fermented in stainless steel tanks at temperatures between 12-13 ° C.
Varietal Composition:
100% Sauvignon Blanc
Avg Elevation:
250 feet
Avg Age of Vines:
11 years
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