Palo Alto Sparkling Brut
|Region||Valle Central, Chile|
|Brand||Palo Alto Wines|
Valley and Conditions
Origin: Valle Central.
Soil: Alluvial with good permeability.
Palo Alto Sparkling awaken your senses with its sophisticated and delicate bubbles.
AGING: 2 months in stainless steel tanks
ALCOHOL: 12% vol.
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 10,29 g/l
TOTAL ACIDITY (tartaric acid): 6,42 g/l
Color: Clean and bright yellow greenish.
Nose: Intense fruit aromas with hints of yeast.
Palate: Fresh, persistent and well-balanced.
Palo Alto originates in the Maule Valley, Chile’s largest and most traditional wine region. Our wines comes from four vineyards – Lourdes, Villa Alegre, Mariposas and El Boldo – which are characterized by having different terroirs that allow us to obtain the best expression each variety has to offer, representing the potential of the different areas. Our wines are a reflection of this valley. It has clay loam soils, gentle slopes and hillsides that catch cool winds and thus enjoy wide day/night temperature swings, all ideal conditions to achieve fresh, fruity and full bodied wines.