Selected for its red clay soil and maritime influence, the Quebrada Alta (High Ravine) Block is located just 7 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean in the Casablanca Valley, where the Humboldt Current lowers the water temperature significantly, making it one of the coldest regions in Chilean viticulture. Exposure to coastal breezes and morning fog that covers the vines each day slows the grape ripening process, leading to a smooth, flavorful wine.
90 Points - Descorchados 2016
93 Points - Descorchados
A sure bet for almost all naturally oily meats such as duck and salmon — the simpler their cooking, the better. When it comes to pasta, this Chardonnay likes creamy sauces and seafood. If pairing with cheese, go for Bel Paese, mild Cheddar, Gruyere, Goat Cheese, Parmesan and Provolone.