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White Wine / Chile / Curico Valley / 13,5 % vol

EL GRANO - CHARDONNAY 2019

0,75 L White Wine / Chile / Curico Valley / 13,5 % vol

Some of the best quality for the price in the world. A very surprising bottle for sharing...A guaranteed success!
The El Grano winery is cradled in the Curico Valley, where all the climatic conditions for producing great wines come together (winter rains and a hot, dry summer). Chile is the only country in the world whose vines remain unaffected by phylloxera, making it possible to retain all the product's authenticity, including a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity...A very subtle cuvée abounding in delicacy.
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£ 15,99 / L
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EL GRANO - CHARDONNAY 2019
  Vintage
2019
  Grape Variety
100% Chardonnay
  Character
Supple and fruity dry white wine
  Style
Fruity
  Sight
Golden yellow dress
  Smell
Melon and exotic fruits
  Taste
Aggreable mouthfeel, supple
  Service Temperature
10°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink from
2019
  To drink until
2023
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Starter, Fish, Shellfish


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EL GRANO

Denis Duveau was the owner of the Domaine des Roches Neuves in the Loire Valley, producing under the Saumur-Champigny appellation before moving to Chile to practice the profession of enologist and market the wines he vinifies under the name of "El Grano". Based in the Curico Valley, the vineyard does honor to the Carmenère grape, typical of Chile in red wine, but also to Chardonnay for the production of white wine, a grape that easily permeates the terroir wherever it is found. Chile having been spared by phylloxera, it is mass selection that has been favored as opposed to selection by cloning: this consists of prospecting the aged plots to select only the strains with an interesting variety of grape varieties. The interest of this operating method is indeed to preserve the initial heritage of the vineyards and therefore to keep the authenticity of the final product, as was still the case in France 150 years ago. A search for authenticity that succeeds for the Duveau family!

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