Founded by Edward Tutunjian in the 1990’s, Zapallar’s range is made from international grapes grown in some of the best Chilean regions where they can fully express themselves.
This lovely Riesling spends 2 to 3 months on its lees to add structure and flavours. The result is a fresh and perfumed wine with aromas of citrus, grapefruit, lime, apple and apricot. The palate is well-balanced with good acidity, mineral qualities and a dry touch.
Chilean still white wine from Casablanca Valley Chile, made with Riesling.
In 1995, Edward Tutunjian was on vacation in Chile and fell in love with both the country and its surprising wines. He then decided to acquire his first vineyard, La Pancora, located in the prestigious Curicó Valley. Later in order to produce a variety of wines he bought 5 more estates; Manantiales in San Antonio, Hacienda San Juan de Pirque & Huaquen Estate in Maule, Alpatagua and El Huaico in Cochagua.