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Casablanca Valley

Chile's search for terroir began in the 1980s when Chardonnay was first planted here. Due to the cool climate, lack of irrigation water, poor sandy-clay soils and thick morning fog, it was deemed unsuitable for traditional agriculture and relegated to pasture land.  However, these conditions are ideal for wine growing.

Chile's search for terroir began in the 1980s when Chardonnay was first planted here. Due to the cool climate, lack of irrigation water, poor sandy-clay soils and thick morning fog, it was deemed unsuitable for traditional agriculture and relegated to pasture land.  However, these conditions are ideal for wine growing.

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Over the past 25 years the valley has become well mapped and growers have determined which varieties work best in each area, however, exploration continues!

Vines

Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Carmenere and Syrah.

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  1. Cono Sur Ocio, Casablanca Valley, 2012

    Cono Sur Ocio, Casablanca Valley, 2012 75cl

    Fruit flavour of plum, raspberry and lots of cherry are equally with earthy overtones and fig. This is a premium Chilean wine that has a heavy Burgundian influence whilst retaining the fruit content we know and love from this part of the world.

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    £33.25
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    £37.94
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