This hugely popular white shows that Chilean Sauvignon Blanc offers both excellent quality and “fantastic value for money” (Peter Richards MW, Decanter). Viña Tarapacá in the Maipo Valley was founded in 1874 by a successful businessman, Don Francisco de Rojas y Salamanca. He imported noble grape varieties from France and created a magnificent estate with high altitude vineyards cooled by breezes off the Pacific. In addition, the property has a pristine winery equipped with the latest cool fermentation technology – essential for crisp, modern whites. Crafted by top winemaker Sebastián Ruiz Flaño, this wine is powerfully aromatic with rich citrus intensity. It’s a most refreshing apéritif and suits spicy fish dishes and Far Eastern cuisine.