Casa Julia Sauvignon Blanc

Casa Julia Sauvignon Blanc - 2020

Item # 21795 750mL
$8.96/ Single Bottle
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$107.52 $96.77/ Case of 12
Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

This wine is a pale, gleaming yellow with flecks of green. It offers plenty of tropical and citrus fruit and hints of herbal notes. Young and lively on the palate, this white has great body and length. Try it with fresh-caught sea bass or garlic-based seafood.

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About the Producer

Casablanca Valley, Chile Born as a project to best demonstrate which varietals best suit each appellation, Casa Julia is the result of Pablo Morande's life's work. One of the fathers of winemaking in Chile, his influence has transformed the plantings in the Maipo Valley to be revered and respected around the world. Rooted in the history of Chilean wine production, in 1982, Pablo was the first...

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