San Antonio Valley
The San Antonio Valley wine region in Chile is located just 55 miles west of the Chilean capital, Santiago. This cool-climate region enjoys the effects of the cold Humboldt Current of the Pacific Ocean, and consequently produces bright, vibrant wines.
San Antonio is one of Chile's up-and-coming wine regions, and has attracted a lot of attention from international wine commentators and critics over the past few years. As well as producing some of Chile's most respected Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines, the region is also responsible for excellent examples of Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah.
Sauvignon Reserva, Hugo Casanova Estate, 2017
This Reserva Sauvignon shows herbal and green characters together with aromas of limes, asparagus and passion fruit. Typical Leyda terroir and the maritime influence of the pacific. Creamy textured palate with honeysuckle and a crisp acidity with a vibrant finish.Learn More