Color: Very pale yellow -almost colorless
Nose: Apricots, peaches and strawberries
Taste: Lots of fruit. Like a white sangria character, without all the sweetness. Feels full in mouth. Tangy and crisp. Real nice acidity.
Summary: Today was about 88 degrees Farenheit in my part of Los Angeles, and I thought to myself…I am not drinking enough white wine. Specifically a chilled Chilean white wine while laying on a lawn chair. So on my way home I stopped by BevMo and spotted this interesting blend.
Very glad that I picked it up. I really like how the Sauvignon Blanc cuts the Chardonnay fruit in just the right way. Adding minerality and complexity to what would probably have been a drab Chardonnay. From the label “In Chile, native Quechua speakers used the word kaara to describe not just a person’s face, but the being behind that face-the mind-the soul, the person within. Kaara was a means of breaking down social distinctions, and recognizing the inner-quality and equality that binds us all.”
Well put. Now pour me another!