La Junta Sauvignon Blanc (750ml)
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La Junta Winery is located in the Curicó Valley towards the coast, at a latitude of 35 degrees South. This valley extends from the base of the Andes Mountains to the Pacific coast. The valley is alluvial in origin, with loam-textured soils that change to deeper clay-loam nearer the coast. the semi-arid Mediterranean climate with an extended dry season and more than 700 mm (27.6 in) of precipitation per year. An excellent daytime-nighttime temperature oscillation of more than 18ºC/32ºF makes this a privileged winegrowing valley.
The enological team is headed up by Ricardo Perez-Cruz. He has over 15 years of experience in winemaking in Chile and as a technical advisor in the Aragon region of Spain. He has been actively associated with projects in various valleys of Chile, giving a comprehensive overview of winemaking features offered by each region in the country. More than a decade based in Curico valley, has given him a great & unique understanding of the terroir, sub-climates and best grapes to be grown in our valley.
Pale yellow, expressive nose, pleasant mix of tropical fruit, pineapple and fresh grass. The palate is light, slightly mineral with an excellent acidity that gives it good complexity and persistence. Enjoy with seafood, ceviche, salads, fresh goat cheese.
Made with Sauvignon Blanc grown in the Curico Valley. The grapes are picked by hand and transported to the winery where they are sorted and destemmed. The grapes drop by gravity directly into temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, where they undergo a 5- to 10-day cold soak followed by fermentation.