TERRA MATER "Paso del Sol" - Sauvignon Blanc - Central Valley, Chile

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Product SKU
CL01
Vintage: 2020

Pale yellow colour with greenish tones. Attractive and complex nose, good mix of critic notes, tropical fruits and some subtle green tones. Medium bodied and good structure. Well balanced acidity that gives a long and refreshing aftertaste. Enjoy as an aperitif or with light salads, fish, seafood and grilled vegetables.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

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Country CHILE Region Central Valley Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc

Product Description

Description

Pale yellow colour with greenish tones. Attractive and complex nose, good mix of critic notes, tropical fruits and some subtle green tones. Medium bodied and good structure. Well balanced acidity that gives a long and refreshing aftertaste. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Poultry.
  • Seafood Appetizers, fish, seafood.
  • Legumes Light salads, grilled vegetables.

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Vegan Wine

Though made entirely the same way as all wines, vegan wines are wines in which during the winemaking step of "fining" that is needed to filter the wine, no animal-based products are used. The most common natural fining agents used by the wine industry are egg whites and milk protein.

Wine Facts

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Product Type White Wine
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage 2020
Region Central Valley
Country CHILE
Winemakers Paula Cifuentes
Producer TerraMater S.A.
Average age of vines 20 yrs
Production method Standard planting vines. Drip and flood irrigation, deficit controlled regime. Careful viticultural management searching for a slow ripeness and fresh fruit flavours.
Harvest method Manual
Fermentation & maceration Destemmed and crushed grapes were pressed under inert gases. Cold settled Selected yeast. Strict temperature controlled fermentation at 14-15°C. The wine was maintained in contact with the lees (sur lies) for some weeks. Filtered.
Aging In stainless steel tanks before bottling.
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Dry, Fresh, Medium Length, Medium-bodied
Nose Attribute Citrus, Fruity, Herbal
SKU CL01

Vineyard Info

In 1996, at an age when most people are thinking of retiring, the 3 Canepa sisters, - Gilda, Edda and Antonieta-, responding to their passion for the production of fine wines which has been part of their family’s life since the 1930’s, decided to link their well established vineyard holdings to a state-of-the art, brand new winery. TerraMater was born from exceptional lands, covered by vines that are up to 70 years old, and marvelous olive groves over 50 years old, which produce the very best quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil. You can also find apple orchards.

Chile's earliest inhabitants believed that life was created by the union between Mother Earth and the Sun. Our vineyards grow in the foothills of the Lonquen Hill (Maipo Valley), in a nature reserve for Chilean native species. The main vineyards for "Paso del Sol" are named Caperana and Peteroa. Our Caperana Estate gets approximately 400mm of rainfall each year, mainly during the winter months. The maritime influence allows us to have a thermal differential between day and night well marked, and also you can find three types of soil: deep and rich, stony and sedimentary. All this allows us to produce a wide variety of wines within the same area.

Description

Pale yellow colour with greenish tones. Attractive and complex nose, good mix of critic notes, tropical fruits and some subtle green tones. Medium bodied and good structure. Well balanced acidity that gives a long and refreshing aftertaste. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Poultry.
  • Seafood Appetizers, fish, seafood.
  • Legumes Light salads, grilled vegetables.

Awards

Vegan Wine

Though made entirely the same way as all wines, vegan wines are wines in which during the winemaking step of "fining" that is needed to filter the wine, no animal-based products are used. The most common natural fining agents used by the wine industry are egg whites and milk protein.

More Information
Product Type White Wine
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage 2020
Region Central Valley
Country CHILE
Winemakers Paula Cifuentes
Producer TerraMater S.A.
Average age of vines 20 yrs
Production method Standard planting vines. Drip and flood irrigation, deficit controlled regime. Careful viticultural management searching for a slow ripeness and fresh fruit flavours.
Harvest method Manual
Fermentation & maceration Destemmed and crushed grapes were pressed under inert gases. Cold settled Selected yeast. Strict temperature controlled fermentation at 14-15°C. The wine was maintained in contact with the lees (sur lies) for some weeks. Filtered.
Aging In stainless steel tanks before bottling.
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Dry, Fresh, Medium Length, Medium-bodied
Nose Attribute Citrus, Fruity, Herbal
SKU CL01

In 1996, at an age when most people are thinking of retiring, the 3 Canepa sisters, - Gilda, Edda and Antonieta-, responding to their passion for the production of fine wines which has been part of their family’s life since the 1930’s, decided to link their well established vineyard holdings to a state-of-the art, brand new winery. TerraMater was born from exceptional lands, covered by vines that are up to 70 years old, and marvelous olive groves over 50 years old, which produce the very best quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil. You can also find apple orchards.

Chile's earliest inhabitants believed that life was created by the union between Mother Earth and the Sun. Our vineyards grow in the foothills of the Lonquen Hill (Maipo Valley), in a nature reserve for Chilean native species. The main vineyards for "Paso del Sol" are named Caperana and Peteroa. Our Caperana Estate gets approximately 400mm of rainfall each year, mainly during the winter months. The maritime influence allows us to have a thermal differential between day and night well marked, and also you can find three types of soil: deep and rich, stony and sedimentary. All this allows us to produce a wide variety of wines within the same area.