1865 Single Vineyard stands out in Wine Enthusiast’s Editors’ Choice

Wednesday August 3rd, 2016    

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The prestigious 1865 range from Viña San Pedro stood out with robust scores in the August edition of Wine Enthusiast.

1865 Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2015 from the Leyda Valley was included among the “Editors’ Choice” with 91 points. The wine, which originates from the finest vineyards Viña San Pedro owns in the Leyda Valley, was described by Michael Schachner with the following tasting note:

“Fresh, angular aromas of jalapeño, bell pepper, beach breeze and citrus fruits are elegant, chiseled and potent. This tingles with acidity and tastes minerally, with orange, tangerine and lime flavors. A stony, bright, pure finish confirms its high quality”.

Furthermore, 1865 Limited Edition Blend 2013 from the Cachapoal Andes Valley also received 91 points and the following tasting note:

“Aromas of Italian herbs like basil and oregano blend with eucalyptus and black-fruit scents. Chunky, clampy, bumpy tannins define the mouthfeel on this Cab-Syrah blend, while roasted flavors of plum, berry and chocolate finish herbal, meaty and warm”.