Our white wines have an unctuous and frank mouth and have pleasant fruity aromas that show the characteristics of a unique terroir in Uruguay. An example of this is Garzón’s Sauvignon Blanc Estate 2016. It has a traditional fermentation process with controlled temperature in stainless-steel tanks that highlight its varietal features. It has a ripening period on its lees of between 3 and 6 months. Garzón’s Sauvignon Blanc Estate 2016 is one of our wines with more varietal expression. It encompasses citric and fruity notes, with a delicate passion fruit presence. It has a mineral, fresh and vibrant mouth reminding of Garzón’s terroir tipicity.