Globo Vultur Sauvignon Blanc 2017
This wine has an elegant and refined nose, with notes of citrus and minerals, which are signature characteristics of this grape variety. You will detect notes of thiols, such as grapefruit and lime. The mouth sensation is well rounded, persistent and balanced, with a rich natural acidity; its saline and somewhat mineral.
Tim Atkin MW 93 points
James Suckling 92 points
The production of this wine is extremely limited.
The Corky Verdict
Amy- Another show stopper from Vultur, this is really special!
Sam- Limited to only 1050 bottles, we are so excited to have finally gotten our hands on a small number of cases. Unfiltered, unfined, with 50% of the wine fermented in French Oak barrels and then aged in them for 6 months. A sensational Sauvignon Blanc.
- Pairs with: FishCheese
- Year: 2017
- Category: Dry
- Location: Colchagua Valley, Chile
- Type: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
- Percentage: 14% ABV
- Fermentation: The grapes are destemmed and then gently pressed. The fermentation is long, 50% is made in stainless steel tanks at low temperature. The other 50% is fermented in French barrels and aged in them for 6 months. Unfiltered and unfined.
Vulture is a small, premium winery that pioneers minimum intervention during vinification, obtaining wines with character that express their terroir.
Daniel Miranda is a Chilean winemaker, agricultural engineer and oenologist who gained several years of wine making experience in Europe and New Zealand. After his time overseas he returned to his native Chile to be in charge of many research projects for the Chilean viticulture institute before starting his own venture ‘Globo Vultur’ where he combines traditional old world techniques to create award-winning new world wines.