Cornellana 2011 Reserve Sauvignon Blanc (Cachapoal Valley) Review

The Cornellana 2011 Reserve Sauvignon Blanc (Cachapoal Valley) wine is of the Sauvignon Blanc variety from Chile, produced within the Reserve vineyard in the Cachapoal Valley province. The cost is $14. This wine has a score of 80/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).

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  • Aromas of toasted oak, roasted berry and a bit of burnt toast are followed by a juicy, full-bodied wine with a strong mineral texture. It has a smooth texture and a long finish. Drink now2015.
  • The first vintage of this wine from a site in the Central Valley, this is a fruity, mouth-filling wine that brings out a wide range of citrus and tropical fruit flavors. It’s light and clean on the palate, with a tangy aftertaste.
  • This is a dry, full-bodied expression of this grape that’s slightly honeyed on the nose. The palate is more like a splash of lemon syrup, with a honeyed element that lasts deep into the finish.
  • This is a good, fruity, lightly textured wine that’s fresh and crisp. It has a crisp, bright character, with a crisp finish that will satisfy almost all palates. It is ready to drink.
  • This is a light wine that has a light tannic character and fresh acidity. It has a clean line of acidity along with the juicy red fruit and lemon flavors. It’s ready to drink.
  • Fresh and white-fruit aromas are clean and clean. This is a light-footed wine with citrus and white-flower flavors. It’s fresh and crisp, with a crisp aftertaste.
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