Casa Silva Sauvignon Gris 1912 Vines $26.75
Casa Silva Sauvignon Gris 1912 Vines

This very singular wine from Chile's Colchagua Valley was grown on vines that date back to 1912. Made of the obscure grape Sauvignon Gris, which is a genetic mutation of Sauvignon Blanc, this bottling has serious charm, showing lots of chalky minerality, briny notes of crushed sea salt and oyster shell, and fragrant pomelo and grapefruit flavors.

GRAPE VARIETY: Sauvignon Gris
REGION: Colchagua Valley; Chile
Winemaking Method: Sustainable
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