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Bouchon Pais Salvaje White is made from wild Pais vines grown naturally in the forest and harvested on tall ladders. Wild yeast fermented then aged in clay amphora. Made from Pais vines grown naturally in the forest and harvested on tall ladders. Wild fermented then aged in clay amphora. Orchard fruits, lovely texture with a hint of pepper and a long complex finish.
Vines grown naturally in a forest, harvesting is done by hand and requires the use of ladders (up to 5 meters long) to reach the grapes. It is wild fermented with minimum temperature control. The wine is kept in clay amphora, which accentuates micro-oxygenation and complexity. Finally, the wine is neither filtrated nor clarified.
It all began in the 19th century when a young viticulturist from France named Emile Bouchon arrived in Chile.
Many years later, now deeply rooted in the Maule Valley, Julio Bouchon and his children carry on the family tradition of creating distinctive, terroir-driven wines.
Four generations of the Bouchon family have been creating wines in the Maule Valley.
Producer website: bouchonfamilywines.com/en
Region: Maule Valley