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Santa Conchita is recognised as a supplier of fine wines with typical grape character from Chile. The elongated country of South America has a long and proud wine history, which can be dated many hundreds of years back, but only after 1850 was production really put in a fixed framework. French specialists were hired to study the conditions, in order to find the grape varieties that were best suited to the soil and climate of central Chile. The climate is similar in many ways to that found in the French Mediterranean, though with a significant "detail" the cold, polar Humboldt current. It runs along the coast of Chile, and has a major impact on the climate of the wine districts. The specialists' choice therefore fell on the classic French grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon-Blanc, etc.


This wine is made from grapes harvested in the central valley of Chile. Here are optimal conditions for viticulture. The climate is affected by both the cold currents off the coast of Chile and the cool air flowing down from the Andes.

It's a fresh Sauvignon Blanc with golden colour and a floral bouquet with notes of fresh citrus and green apples. The taste is crisp with a fruit acid that balances the ripe fruit and a medium body.

A good companion for light fish dishes, salads or dry mild cheeses. 
Serving temperature: 6-8 ° C.


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  • Size

    3 L

  • ABV


  • Country


  • Grape variety

    Sauvignon Blanc

  • Serving temperature

    6-8 ° C

  • Pairing

    • Light fish dishes
    • Salads
    • Dry mild cheeses