Viña Luis Felipe Edwards was founded in 1976 when Luis Felipe Edwards bought the Fundo San José de Puquillay estate, in the Colchagua Valley, Chile, and decided to launch a wine under his own name.
Dancing Flame Sauvignon Blanc is made from premium grapes grown in the Leyda Valley, close to the Pacific Ocean, where the cool breezes allow the fruit to ripen gradually with greater intensity.
This Sauvignon expresses aromas of lime and grapefruit, accompanied by notes of florality and lemongrass. A mellow, yet crisp and fruit-driven character beautifully represents the Chilean take on this French-born grape.
All the way across the world, in the spiritual home of Sauvignon Blanc, the Loire Valley, lies family-owned Domaine Jacky Marteau. The Sauvignon Blanc vines are planted on some of the finest sites in Touraine, on the South bank of the river Cher.
Touraine Sauvignon shows aromas of gooseberry, grapefruit and freshly-cut grass, with a mineral character reminiscent of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé.