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Rating: 95 Pts Wine & SpiritsSize:750ML
Region: Aconcagua Country:Chile
Varietals: Sauvignon Blanc ABV:13.5%

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95 Pts Wine & Spirits

"One of Chile's greatest whites in 2011, this captures the character of a very cold vintage in San Antonio. It comes off a granitic hillside directly influenced by the sea, just 2.5 miles away. That proximity is reflected in the clarity of this wine's flavors-deeply mineral, brightly citric and lightly herbal. It's also there in the acidity, which cuts across the palate with a steely edge. While it's excellent to drink with oysters now, this wine will continue to reveal more complexity over the next five years or more."

91 Pts Neal Martin - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"The 2011 Sauvignon Blanc Cipreses Vineyard has a fresh passion fruit, pineapple and bruised apple bouquet. The palate is fresh and crisp on the entry with a fine thread of acidity and a crisp, grassy finish with touches of bell pepper on the aftertaste. This is a vivacious Sauvignon Blanc. Drink now-2016."

"Vina Casa Marin is located in the San Antonio appellation and was founded in 2000 by winemaker Mariluz Marin. If you are looking for top quality Chilean Sauvignon Blanc, then this is the place to come." (12/12)


"RS 3 g/l, pH 3.2, acidity 6%. Vegy nose. Very 'out there'. Sculpted. Drink from 2012 to 2015. -JR" (12/13) - 16+ out of 20 Points, Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages.

"Very dry with many layers and a mineral core. Nicely balanced acidity with citrus fruit, gooseberry and freshly cut grass flavors. Extraordinarily long finish." - Importer

""I knew this place since I was a child," said Maria Luz Marin, of her property on the Pacific coast, in the San Antonio Valley, "my father bought land and though she had familial connections to the region, her path to becoming the first female Chilean winemaker and winery owner, was not without hindrances and hurdles."

"Totaling 50ha in the town of Lo Abarca, the estate of Casa Marin consists of 8 sections that are divided into 38 blocks. Having traveled throughout many wine regions within the Old and New World, Maria Luz instinctually knew where to plant her vineyards; and with the assistance of Ann Kramer, a viticulturist from California, she decided exactly where to plant each varietal. Without science or studies, Maria resisted the authorities' fears of erosion, cool climate and low water supplies, and planted vines to soils of limestone, clay, schist, granite and high calcium carbonate. And because the area was once underwater, the soils are also littered with shells."

"Working together with her son, Felipe Mar'edn, Mar'eda Luz is upgrading the winery from sustainable to organic, with 10ha planted to organic vines in August 2011. Maria Luz picks and vinifies each block separately. And with the Sauvignon Blanc planted to six different blocks that face in all directions on two different hills with different soils, the wines develop an unrivaled complexity, elevating the position of Maria Luz from local to world class celebrity." - Importer