A unique late harvest made in small amounts under special climatic conditions. It is only made in years when the Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Casablanca Valley are 100% affected by Botrytis cinerea, such as in 2000, 2007, and 2011.
“Winemaking is a trade, an interpretation of the grapes as well as the place they are grown. It requires knowledge, sensitivity, hard work, and patience to finally enjoy a product that dates to the origins of human culture. It is a very rewarding endeavor.”
We were the first to believe in Casablanca’s potential, and we were not mistaken. Today it is one of the most internationally recognized wine regions for the quality of its wines. Its primary geographic condition is its maritime influence, which enters from the Pacific Ocean and produces morning fog that moderates the temperatures.