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2014
Quebrada Seca

Quebrada Seca

Maycas del Limarí’s iconic Chardonnay comes from the Quebrada Seca vineyard, located on the north bank of the Limarí River, 190 meters above sea level. This area has lots of sunny days, which are moderated by the low temperatures coming from the Pacific Ocean. The calcareous red clay soils contribute to the fresh and mineral character of this great wine. “Quebrada Seca Chardonnay is notable for its crisp acidity and a remarkable granite minerality, which make this wines an extraordinary representative of the Limarí Valley”, says winemaker Marcelo Papa.
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100% Chardonnay.

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Quebrada Seca, Limarí Valley.

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Third week of February 2014.

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Semiarid with coastal influence.

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Alluvial, with clay and sand. Poor in organic matter, with round stones, calcareous subsoil, and good drainage.

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14 months in French oak Burgundy barrels.

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Light yellow

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Complex and layered, with a predominance of lime and flint minerality, citrus notes and chalk.

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Notable crisp acidity and flint minerality, as well as pears and lemons. It also has a finely elaborate structure and salinity.

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Crab cake, smoked salmon, lobster with creamy sauces, and cheeses such as Provolone and Gruyere.

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Label explanation

The Inti or Sun next to the 24 golden dots on the label of Quebrada Seca, represent the 24 months necessary for the creation of this wine: from budbreak, through harvesting and aging, until it is bottled.

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