(2010) >From Paredones, another part of 'coastal Colchagua', this Sauvignon has a sense a minerality about it from first sniff: there's a salty, stony, slightly flinty aspect, and beneath some understated notes of tropical fruit and touches of herbal, leafy qualities. On the palate it retains that focus and dry minerality, though a deal of ripe, sweet fruit fills out the mid-palate, and a big, pith, zesty grapefruit tang brings the finish to a fine point. Classy stuff.