From the cool, coastal Leyda Valley in Chile. The winter was very dry. There was some minor rainfall in spring but this did not impact flowering. The temperatures were medium to high in summer. It was an early harvest which gave us a medium, smooth, dry, and soft wine; with a nicely balanced acidity.
Our initial impression was of being quite light in structure, but very quickly realized that it is extremely food friendly. It would go very nicely with white meats like duck, chicken or pork. We had it with pasta as part of a medley stir fry (grilled sausage, peppers, onions and mushrooms).
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