Don Cayetano has long been a top customer favourite among our Sauvignons. For a good reason! It’s fruity, fresh and excellent value. From four-time Chilean Winery of the Year, this white will ravish you with cut grass, gooseberry and tropical fruit.
"Citrus freshness with a back note of fresh gooseberries. Great for a party"
Online Review For the 2018 vintage
This is a crisp, minerally, lime fresh white from the Luis Felipe Edwards estate, four-time winner of the ‘Chilean Winery of the Year’ award. Having made his money in construction, Luis Felipe Edwards Snr purchased a vineyard then slowly bought up more and more so that today he owns all of a steep valley in Colchagua. You certainly need a head for heights on its upper slopes, but the grapes love the sunshine and the cool nights! He also renovated a beautiful old colonial house, sparing no expense and adding a state of the art winery and luxurious barrel cellar. His son in law, Nicolas Bizzarri, is winemaker. Made from a selection of the estate’s best Sauvignon grapes, this white is great solo or as a partner to fish, shellfish or salads.
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Chile excels with crisp Sauvignon. This one from a grand estate is deliciously fruity and fresh
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