Rubus Chardonnay Colchagua Valley
Rubus Project
Chile - Colchagua Valley

The Rubus Project was created by Fran Kysela as a way to source & sell incredible wines at value prices. All wines in this international project are hand-selected by Fran Kysela. Rubus wines are fruit driven, true-to-type values that over deliver - a true representation of quality for the consumer at an excellent price.

Sourced from the Colchagua Valley, characterized by its steep slopes of well-drained granite soils and irrigated by the Tinguiririca River, which bring clear melt water from the Andes. Sauvignon Blanc is grown in the cooler Western part of the valley, while this Chardonnay is coming from the warmer Eastern side.

Attractive yellow color with some green tones. Its intense varietal character reminds one of ripe tropical fruits such as banana and pineapple, with notes of melon and honey well harmonized with oak. It also has a distinctive mineral character typical of the Colchagua Valley. On the finish, it is full, rich with just enough toast and vanilla flavors to compliment food. 

Wine Type
100% Chardonnay
Grapes are harvested in the morning to avoid high temperatures & gently pressed at the winery. 25% of the wine aged American oak barrels for 3 months. The blend is clarified, cold stabilized and filtered. Right before bottling, the wine goes through an online filtration system (plate and sterile membrane) to ensure microbiological stability.

delicious with pasta, fish, seafood and mild cheeses, or on its own as an aperitif.

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