Off Licence | Santa Rita 120 Sauvignon Blanc
Superb quality and craftsmanship are the hallmarks of Santa Rita, one of Chile’s most admired and innovative wine estates. The “120” series of wines was named after the historic event in which 120 soldiers took refuge in Santa Rita’s cellars in 1814 during Chile’s war for independence. Santa Rita 120 wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures and bottled early to preserve each variety’s fruitiness and natural aromas. The 120 wines are young, fresh and fruity, elegant and perfectly balanced with good acidity.Their exceptional value makes them an outstanding choice for accompanying our everyday meals.
Santa Rita 120 Sauvignon Blanc is a yellowish-green colored white wine. This chilean white wine is fresh and fruity, the aromas and taste is dominated by tropical and citric fruits such as grapefruit, lime and lemon peel all of which are complemented by white peach notes and distinctive variety herbs which increase its complexity and lift its fruity sensations. Tastewise the palate is long and medium bodied, very refreshing, with deep, sharp acidity, it has a very interesting aftertaste amid smooth fruit and fresh acidity with a lingering and persistent finish.
Santa Rita 120 Sauvignon Blanc is a fresh, vibrant everyday white with aromas of guava and gooseberry, grass clippings, lemon verbena and white grapefruit. Santa Rita 120 Sauvignon Blanc is available wholesale (for those purchasing volume please go to customer service - downloads- where you will find the complete wholesale drinks price list). Alternatively this chilean white wine from the 120 Santa Rita range can be purchased individually online as a luxury white wine gift or even included in a hamper which you can create in our make your own hampers online.
|Colour:||White wine, a yellowish-green color|
|Grape Variety:||Sauvignon Blanc|
|Country of Origin:||Chile|
|Taste:||The palate is long and medium bodied, very refreshing, with deep, sharp acidity. It has a very interesting aftertaste amid smooth fruit and fresh acidity with a lingering and persistent finish.|
|Pairing with food:||Serve as an aperitif, accompanied by ceviche, lean shellfish or fried fish.|
|Nose:||An extremely intense nose dominated by citrus aromas of lime, lemon zest and grapefruit, along with citrus flowers, a measure of stone fruit such as white peach, and tropical fruit, all complemented by herbal notes.|