Casas del Bosque "Reserva" Sauvignon Blanc
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Casas del Bosque "Reserva" Sauvignon Blanc - 2021

Item # 28399 750mL
$13.99/ Single Bottle
$167.88 $151.09/ Case of 12
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Certified Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

Tasting Notes

A cool and brilliant Sauvignon Blanc to please any fan of the variety. Intense lime and melon notes are layered with zesty ginger and jalapeño. Serve with light fish dishes or easy vegetarian meals, like spinach quiche.

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Staff Pick Notes

A very nice Sauvignon Blanc from Chile. This wine splits the difference nicely between the sweetness of a NZ Sauv Blanc and the grassy minerality of the French Loire Valley version. Most importantly, the Casas Del Bosque just tastes great, and most people who try it buy it. From the westernmost reaches of the Casablanca Valley, which is cool and dry and has a nice amount of marine influence. This comes through in the wine, with a mineral salinity which balances nicely with the fresh clean citrus and tropical fruit notes.


About the Producer

Casablanca Valley, Chile For many years, Juan Cuneo Solari, the son of an Italian immigrant, dreamed of having his own vineyards to produce the best quality wines. At a time when the Chilean wine industry was pursuing quantity over quality, Mr. Cuneo sought special features and distinctive qualities for a Premium Wine production. In 1993, he finally founded his winery in the Casablanca Valley,...

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