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Santiago Station Sauvignon Blanc 750ml

Central Valley, Chile- This fresh and vibrant Sauvignon Blanc has classic pear, citrus and lime notes with a clean, refreshing finish. Pair with your favorite seafood or other light dishes.

COUNTRY / STATE
WINE TYPE
STYLE
Fresh
ABV
12.5%
TASTE
Pear, Citrus
BODY
Light-bodied
SKU
114081750-1

Santiago Station Sauvignon Blanc 750ml

$4.99
Mix 6 for $4.49 each
Limited quantities may be available in store. Not available for online purchase.
Sacramento (Arden)
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OVERVIEW

Chilean wine production dates back more than 400 years. Spanish colonists, quick to recognize the terrain as ideal for viticulture, were the first to plant vines in the valleys that would come to define Chilean wine regions. They started with País, which would be the primary grape for Chilean wine for the next 300 years, until globetrotting Chileans, flush from the country’s agricultural and mining riches, brought home French vines to grow their favorite Bordeaux varieties.

Sauvignon Blanc is an international white grape variety that originates in France. It’s long been used to make world-class wines from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley. Yet in recent decades, Sauvignon Blanc has become an everyday favorite thanks to the New World winemakers of New Zealand.

With its distinctive, vivid aromas and zesty acidity, Sauvignon Blanc is easy to peg in a blind tasting of dry white wines. The wine’s green, herbaceous and fruity scents are sometimes accented with musky aromas, yet its flavors are consistently fresh and bright.