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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