Wine Spectator 90 points - A mouthwatering style, with fresh, vibrant flavors of lime, grass and mineral that lengthen midpalate, leading to a finish of cream and spice. An engaging style, very refreshing and fruity, offering hints of richness. Drink now through 2015.—K.M. (Dec 4 2013)
This wine is made of grapes stemming from Viña San Pedro’s best vineyards in the San Antonio Valley, in the sub-region called Leyda, next to the seaside town of Santo Domingo. The vineyards are planted only 4km away from the ocean, which allows its grapes to ripen slowly, giving birth to an intense and minerally wine, with very elegant citric notes. The vines are trellised to a vertical shoot position and drip irrigated.