This wine includes aromas of freshly mown grass, green vegetables and minerals, and in the mouth ripe citrus intertwined with fresh herbs. Recommended primarily for fish and seafood, sushi and goat cheese.
The first vineyards in the Maule Valley, located 250 kilometers south of the Chilean capital - Santiago, were established at the end of the 16th century by the first colonizers who came to this area from Spain. The Maule Valley is one of the most important Chilean wine-producing regions, with the name of the place of origin and viticulture defined by the local appellate system and legally protected. It is one of the largest wine-growing regions in Chile, and is also one of the country's oldest and most diverse valleys. Sauvignon Blanc is the second largest cultivar of the white grape variety, after Chardonnay, which gives surprisingly different results due to the choice of different microclimates by winemakers.
The wine is produced by the heirs of an Italian family of winemakers - Casanova, who came to Chile at the end of the 19th century. Wines with the Hugo Casanova label are characterized by extraordinary finesse, elegance and a unique balance between all the most important elements of each of them.