Near the Andes Mountains at an altitude between 500 and 700 meters, there is one of the valleys with the longest winemaking tradition in Chile, the Curicó Valley.
At sight it models a bright straw yellow. It exudes fresh aromas of fruit, with light touches of vanilla and milk so as not to overshadow the grape. In the mouth it is shown with accents of freshness, creaminess and a finish as acid as sweet.
Ideal to accompany your adventure with fatty fish, cheeses and shellfish.