Chilean Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine that has gained significant popularity over the past few decades. The wine is known for its crisp acidity, refreshing citrus flavors, and herbaceous notes.
Chilean Sauvignon Blanc is primarily grown in the Casablanca and San Antonio Valleys, which are known for their cool climates and coastal influences. The region's cool temperatures and coastal breezes help to retain the acidity in the grapes and develop the fresh fruit flavors that are characteristic of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc.
The wine has a pale straw color with aromas of citrus fruits, such as lemon, lime, and grapefruit. Chilean Sauvignon Blanc also has a distinctive herbaceous note, with flavors of green bell pepper and freshly cut grass. The wine is typically unoaked, which helps to preserve the freshness and fruit flavors.