Concha Y Toro Trio Sauvignon Blanc Casablanca Chile 2009
The concept behind the Trio range from Concha y Toro is a vision to create each wine from three carefully selected elements. Just as Trio is a blend of three varieties, its creator is a three-way mixture of experience, vision and supreme talent. Winemaker Ignacio Recabarren is responsible for Concha y Toro’s Premium and Ultra Premium wines. He delivers Trio’s expressiveness, sophistication and balance. For the Sauvignon Blanc it is grapes from three different vineyards, which when blended together create a harmonious wine. The resulting wine is made of grapes from Casablanca, Rapel and Limari. The grapes from Casablanca are from hillside vineyards overlooking the Pacific Ocean, thus contributing to the elegance and citrus aromas of this blend. In Rapel, vines yield grapes that lend this wine a tremendous fruit expressionwith moer exotic and extrovert aromas such as guava and passionfruit. Finally the grapes from Limari lends a mineral character to this Sauvignon Blanc. On the nose it is very expressive, mineral with green notes, passion fruit, citric and pomell. Showing pale yellow with green hues, Trio Sauvignon Blanc is an incredibly fresh and well balanced white. It has crisp acidity followed by a juicy limey finish. This wine is a blend of grapes from Chile's best coastal vineyards, and the overall impression left is of an incredibly elegant, delicate and aromatic wine with a deliciously crisp and mineral finish.
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