Undurraga Extra Brut


for the equivalent of £13.95 a bottle

Grower: Viña Undurraga
Grape Variety: Chardonnay / Riesling / Sauvignon Blanc
Style: Vibrant and Mineral
Country: Chile
Appellation: Leyda Valley
Vintage: NV
Closure: CORK
Alcohol: 12.5% ABV
Bottle Size: 75cl

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A pale lemon colour and a delicate mousse. The bouquet reveals delicate aromas of citrus blossom and white floral notes over a mineral background. Pleasantly creamy mouthfeel with notes of brioche through to an exceptionally long and crisp dry finish.

Viña Undurraga was officially founded in 1885 and had its first harvest in 1891. It was the first Chilean winery to export to the US, in 1903, and Undurraga wine won its first international award as early as 1910. By the 1940s the company was already producing 30,000 bottles a year, rising to almost half a million bottles by the 1960s, a portion of which they exported to around 60 countries. Throughout the final decades of the 20th century the company continued to grow. However, when millionaire José Yuraszeck took ownership in 2006, Undurraga underwent significant modernisation. Part of this was the introduction of the TH or 'Terroir Hunter' range - which seeks out wines which combine the best match of climate, soil and grape variety. Undurraga's vineyard area now stands at 1,800ha, which is managed by Agricultural Manager Francisco Valdivieso. The vineyards occupy various popular vine-growing sites across Chile, each of which is chosen for its suitability to particular grape varieties. Like many Chilean producers, Undurraga attempts to practise environmentally friendly viticulture, and interferes with nature as little as possible. With that in mind, the company uses drip irrigation in its vineyards, as it has proven the most effective both in terms of fruit quality and caring for their surroundings.



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