MADE FOR FISH TACOS.
Made from grapes that look over the Chilean Pacific Ocean, every sip feels just as refreshing.
The perfect balance of lime-tinged fruit and natural acidity with a clean, refined finish.
An attractive nose of fresh white flowers and pineapple with hints of mango and passion fruit. The palate is well-balanced with beautiful acidity, lively lime-tinged fruit and a refined, crisp finish.
Grilled calamari, poached lobster, or a goat cheese tart.
The sea breeze sweeps away excess humidity and regulates temperatures, resulting in harvests two weeks later than in the other maritime-influenced valleys in the area. The harvest is completely by hand, as is the selection of bunches and grapes. A direct pressing is performed with whole cluster at low temperatures, then fermented in steel tanks.
Where: Santiago, Chile
Grape: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Elevation: 750 feet
Age of Vines: 10 years
More about Boya
Matias Garces Silva, the winery owner, is passionate about the wine he makes. He started an experimental vineyard on his parent’s Leyda property, and that experiment has evolved to Boya’s line of undeniably fresh wines. The Boya vineyards now are just 5 miles from the ocean, so each wine showcases that beautiful coastal influence.
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