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.
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.
The expressive acidity and fruit notes are the perfect pairing for seafood including oysters, crab and hake.
The 2016 Lago Ranco Sauvignon Blanc from Casa Silva is sourced from a completely different region where the grapes ripen slowly and later, one of the southernmost vineyards in the Osorno Valley in the Chilean Patagonia. There is a lot more freshness here and more pungent, herbal aromas. There's also a different sense of acidity, perhaps because of the lower alcohol (it has 1% less alcohol than the whites from Colchagua), and the wine feels more vibrant. This has extremely low yields—some 3,500 kilos per hectare—but very variable from one year to the next, because the temperatures at flowering time tend to be quite low. 2,666 bottles produced.The Wine Advocate April 2017
A tangy white with sliced lemon and slate character. Steely. Fresh and clean.James Suckling May 2017
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Sauvignon Blanc
- Avg Elevation:
- 250 feet
- Avg Age of Vines:
- 11 years
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