Sauvignon Blanc

Category: Wine – Still – White
Grape variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Varietal: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Region: Patagonia, Argentina
Appellation: Patagonia
Vineyard location: General Roca, Alto Valle del Río Negro, Patagonia
Producer: Humberto Canale
Bottle: 750ml
Harvest: First week in March
Yield: 8.500 kgs per hectare


Crafting: The grapes arrive in the winery in a perfect sanitary condition, at the exact ripeness degree. They are de-stemmed and pressed to separate the solids from the liquid juices, the must, using a press process. The must is then stored in 9.000 L vats where it goes through a process to eliminate the lees, using cold and pectolyctic enzymes.

It is then transferred to stainless steel vats to undergo the alcoholic fermentation, at a controlled temperature of 15° to 17° C for approximately 15 days. After this, the wines are racked to different vats where they are clarified and stabilized before being bottled. Ageing potential: 3 years Tasting notes: The wine shows a pale yellow hue, with greenish reflections.

The bouquet shows off all the varietal characteristics: citrus at the start and then nuances of pineapple, mango and passion fruit. It is dry, sweet and round in the mouth, with balanced acidity and a long finish.

Pairing notes: Steamed and grilled fish, salads and seafood.

Suggested serving temperature: 8° to 10° C Technical notes: Alcohol content: 13.5 % vol. Total acidity: 5.72 g/L Residual sugar: 3.85 g/L