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Haras de Pirque, Albaclara, Sauvignon Blanc, Maipo, Central Valley, Chile 2022






It combines perfectly with aromatic and spicy foods such as Thai food, as well as with seafood such as oysters and fresh white fish. It complements well with many appetizers and first courses: dried fruits, fresh cheeses with olive oil and fresh herbs.

17 in stock (can be backordered)

Maipo, Central Valley
Sauvignon Blanc
Light and refreshing
Now to 2026
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Aperitif, Seafood, Caesar salad

Owned by the Antinori family, Haras de Pirque winery is located in the northern part of the Maipo Province in central Chile in an area that enjoys extremely favourable climatic and geographic conditions and is already well known for its production of high quality wines. The vineyards are surrounded by the estate’s thoroughbred racetrack and breeding farm and the state-of-the-art horseshoe shaped winery. The vineyards grow at an altitude of 550 to 650 meters (1804-2132 feet) above sea level south of the Maipo River on the lower slopes of the Andes’ foothills.

Sauvignon Blanc, a grape variety with an important personality, fully expresses itself in the world’s selected areas of real election, among which are traditionally noted the Loire river valley, New Zealand and Friuli and, in more recent times, in Chile, specially the coastal zone of Leyda. Its name is inspired by the splendid dawns which rise over its vineyards. Albaclara is a pure Sauvignon Blanc, whose grapes are hand-picked in the vineyards of Leyda.

Albaclara is bright yellow with greenish hues. Its nose is unmistakable for mixed citrus aromas and notes of white jasmine blossoms. Pleasant acidity and mineral sensations give the wine excellent persistence and a fresh, mineral finish. Greatly enjoyed on its own or with spicy Thai or Indian dishes, as well as shellfish and oysters.