Name: Albert Bichot ChablisDetails
Grape: Chardonnay Description: Located in Burgundy’s Yonne department, the vineyards of the Chablis appellation stretch out in an approximately twenty-kilometre radius around the village of Chablis. The vines are planted on rather gentle slopes (5 to 20% gradient), which face various directions. Tasting: Fresh and Elegant on the nose with lemony and mineral nuances. Lovely overall harmony with remarkable power and length.
Grape Variety: Sauvignon BlancDetails
Region: Colchagua Valley, Chile
Vinery Description: Founded in 1942 and with over 70 years of winemaking expertise, Santa Helena has produced wines that are faithful exponents of the Colchagua Valley for many years. This was until 2014, when we extended their Designation of Origin to include the Central Valley, the most characteristic of the Chilean valleys. Our wines reflect the characteristics, style and classic varieties of Chile’s Central Valley. We constantly seek to implement a modern, efficient, safe and environmentally friendly approach to our winemaking.Tasting Notes: “Fairly intense bouquet tropical fruit aromas stand out, such as pineapples and mangos. And on the palate it has good acidity, fresh young character, vivid and pleasant finish with good persistence.”