(2023) The coastal Leyda Valley is one of Chile's hotspots for cooler, ocean-influenced vineyards that suit varieties like Sauvignon Blanc. A small proportion of this sees fermentation in barrels, but it presses all the KSauvignon buttons. Pungent elderflower and loads of passion fruit and lychee to the aromas and palate. Lots of fruit here, limey acidity and a sweetness to the character just enriched by a background creamy component. It will undoubtedly please lovers of the vivacious Marlborough style, though verges on being a little too obvious for me.