Aila Sauvignon Blanc 2015

Aila Sauvignon Blanc 2015

In the Mapuche dialect, Aila is a sacred word meaning nine. In an effort to provide balance to
the universe and honor the local Mapuche legacy, the Aila vineyard was planted nine miles
from the coast and divided into nine blocks of nine rows each. The resulting wine was the
reward of those efforts and used to celebrate harmony.

Color: Pale yellow with green hues.

Aroma: Very expressive, revealing aromas of fresh herbs and grass. Coastal influence
is showed by mineral notes along with grapefruit, limes and passion fruit.

Palate: Firm expression of its cold climate origin, fruity and fresh texture.
Refreshing and juicy finish.

Gastronomy: Delicious with fresh shellfish such as oysters, mussels and also ceviches.
Pairs well with salads, goat cheese and white meatfishes.

 90 points

Sales Materials

File File Type Download
Bottle Imagejpg
Front and Back Labelspdf
winemaker notespdf
case cardpdf
Shelf Talkerspdf
Score Sheet – James Suckling 90 Ptspdf
Shelf Talkerpdf

Aila Sauvignon Blanc 2015

Region:

In the Mapuche dialect, Aila is a sacred word meaning nine. In an effort to provide balance to
the universe and honor the local Mapuche legacy, the Aila vineyard was planted nine miles
from the coast and divided into nine blocks of nine rows each. The resulting wine was the
reward of those efforts and used to celebrate harmony.