Wine Enthusiast gives outstanding scores to Gravas and Terrunyo
Gravas Sauvignon Blanc comes from the Quitralmán Vineyard in the Bío region, one of Chile’s southernmost wine-growing areas. It is renowned for its remarkable complexity and intensity on the palate. The wine stands out for its elegance, pleasant freshness, and great vitality, typical of the whites from this area.
“Citrus aromas, green melon, and a touch of gunpowder. This southern Sauvignon Blanc is bold, fresh, and well balanced, with a deep palate. Spicy green apple, lime, and melon flavors, with a firm, mineral finish”, says magazine critic Michael Schachner.
Terrunyo Sauvignon Blanc 2019 comes from the Los Boldos Vineyard, located just 15 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean in the Casablanca Valley’s coldest sector. It is a white wine with an expressive, elegant character, delicate freshness, and minerality. It has a deep and persistent finish.
Schachner says Terrunyo has “crunchy and citrus aromas, pure and mineral, with a touch of green herbs on its tasting notes. A fresh and pure palate, evident and bright, balanced with a mix of citrus, green herbs, and pepper flavors. A long and cleansing finish comes like a ray of lively acidity”.