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Chile's windy Pacific coast has become a go-to region for zesty whites, like this citrusy Sauvignon Blanc.
What You Need To Know
Located just 45 minutes northwest of Santiago, the Casablanca Valley is arguably the best-established of Chile's coastal wine regions, meaning that it's been turning out fantastic cool-climate wines--mostly Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay--since the early 1990s. This example comes from the Aresti family, who were grapegrowers and bulk-wine producers for decades before starting the quality-focused label that bears their name in 1999. Their experience pays off in wines that deliver terrific value, like this Sauvignon Blanc. Made from organically grown grapes, it's pure and zingy, thanks to oak-less aging and to Casablanca's foggy summer mornings, which keep grapes from getting too sweetly ripe.
Vivid scents of lemon-lime and apricot.
Juicy grapefruit and lemongrass flavors.
Tangy salads, ceviches or salsas; anything you'd squeeze a lemon on, like seafood.