2015 Sabino Chardonnay

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We ferment our Sabino Chardonnay in a mixture of French oak and an egg-shaped concrete tank. Because we let it ferment naturally, it takes a long time to finish fermentation. We also bottle it later than most Chilean Chardonnay producers. By waiting, we let the vineyard, soil, and grape speak more clearly. 

2015 was an early, warm vintage. Flavors were good and acids high. Some toasted almond and yeasty notes come out on the midpalate, resulting in good energy and “cut”. Lay it down, or if you are impatient, give it some air and serve it with richer white wine fare.  Read more in Byron's tasting notes ››

Wine Specs
Vineyard Designation
Kingston Family Vineyards
10 months in French Oak Barrels and Concrete Egg Containers
Alcohol %
**(94 points)** Best Wines from Casablanca. Best Wines from Chile -*Descorchados* **(90 points)** Offers a plush texture, with rich, balanced flavors of Fuji apple, melon, cream and spice that are fresh and juicy. Well-structured, presenting a crisp finish, with buttery accents. -*Wine Spectator* **(90 points)** Light yellow. Fresh tangerine, pear and melon aromas show good clarity and an energizing suggestion of chalky minerals. Fleshy and dry, displaying strong cut and lift to the bitter pear skin and Meyer lemon flavors. Finishes stony, sharply focused and quite long, featuring a building floral quality, firm grip and an echo of vibrant citrus fruits. -*Vinous*
2015 Sabino Chardonnay