The Echeverría family arrived in Chile in the mid-1700s, but it was only in 1930 that the first vines were planted in the colourful Curico Valley. The impressive estate now encompasses 65 hectares of sustainably farmed vineyards with a focus on French varietals and blends.This charming and elegant Chardonnay with a touch of oak has intense primary aromas of apricots and peaches, with vanilla and toffee notes. This wine is rich but fresh, with balanced acidity and flavours of dried fruit and pineapple. Pairs well with more robust or oily fish, such as trout or salmon, and especially foods with creamy sauces, including pasta. Excellent accompaniment to souffle, risotto and roasted white meats such as veal or pork. Asian chicken or seafood dishes.