Sauvignon Blanc Little Quino 2018 – William Fevre

Original price was: £16.50.Current price is: £14.80.

Citric nose with white flowers and lime aromas. Vibrant acidity on the palate with a medium finish. A wine with character and identity, showing freshness and passion in the glass, reflecting a place and its terroir. A new age and a new concept of what ‘southernmost’ means in Chile.

Availability: Only 2 left in stock

SKU: WMFR-SVLQ-2018 Categories: , , , ,

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Lemon green
Citrus fruit




Serve At
Food Pairing
Cheese (soft, mild)
Fish and chips

Malleco Valley

Grape Variety

Sauvignon Blanc


William Fèvre



Victor Pino Torche, the first gentleman in our story was not born into a traditional Chilean wine family. The family worked in mining administration and the farm was a retreat for summers in San Juan de Pirque. San Juan was not “wine country”, but rather simply a small hamlet on the banks of the Maipo River, perched high up where the Maipo Valley narrows and climbs into the Cajon del Maipo, flanked on both sides by large rock faces of the Andes.
Today, William Fevre’s vineyards are located in two extreme terroirs: one in the Andes Mountains, high in the Maipo Valley, and the other in the extreme South of Chile, in the volcanic lands of the Malleco Valley.

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most widespread wines in the world and we can find endless interpretations of this noble grape that is thought to have been born in the Loire, although some theories state it is originally from Bordeaux.
The origin of its name derives from “sauvage” (wild) due to its origins of native plant of the French south-west. It can do well in cooler areas within Europe, including parts of Austria and Hungary.
In New Zealand, it produces a stunning array of pungently, assertive characters, from the green grass and asparagus flavours to the more tropical, ripe spectrum of grapefruit, passion fruit and mango.
The Sauvignon cause has also been taken up to good and affordable effect by Chile and South Africa, whose cooler spots are proving ideal for this wonderfully zingy, fresh grape variety. In Italy, Sauvignon Blanc has found fertile ground on the marl and sandstone of the hills of Collio Goriziano and the Colli Orientali del Friuli, where it dominates together with the Friulano, making Friuli an obligatory destination for every white wine lover.

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