About

Boya Chardonnay

Boya is the local word for ‘buoy’, and the wine is named due to its proximity to the Pacific ocean (just 8.6 miles away).  This coastal influence in the Leyda valley leads to fresh, aromatic wines with great vibrancy and acidity.

Taste
This Chardonnay, pale straw in color, has an intense aroma of white pear, apple, tropical fruit and hints of fresh lemon. The palate is well balanced with natural acidity and good minerality. Fresh, young and easy to drink.

Alcohol:

13%

Grape varieties:

Chardonnay

About the Producer

Based in the Leyda Valley, 60 miles west of Santiago de Chile, the Garcés Silva Family winery has earned worldwide recognition over the years with its flagship wine Amayna and has demonstrated its passion for high quality and innovative wine production.

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