New: Campesino Chardonnay

The new Campesino Chardonnay is the result of the work of small-scale wine producers who are members of Red del Vino in Colchagua. This white wine, a typical Chardonnay, is currently on its way to our warehouses!

In the nose you get the typical chardonnay peach aromas, complemented with citrus notes and a hint of spice (cinnamon). A wine with a full, beautiful ripe fruit and elegant fresh aftertaste.

  • Delicious with light cheeses, poultry and fish with sauce
  • Bottled in Chile
  • Serve at 10-12 °C

Meet the producer: Red del Vino

The Campesino Chardonnay is the result of the work of small scale winegrowers who are members of the cooperative Red del Vino in Colchagua, Chile. This cooperative consists of 19 wine producers.

Gerardo Orellana

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