Casa Marin is the wine producer who showed the world that you can make quality wines just a few kilometres from the cold Pacific Ocean in Chile. Last year, the Lo Abarca area of the San Antonio Valley even obtained its very own designation of origin. We have visited Casa Marin once a year since 2017, they are on our wine tour itinerary. We have been impressed every time, not only by their Sauvignon Blanc but also by their Pinot Noir, Gewurztraminer, Grenache, Riesling… But Sauvignon Blanc is the family’s most important grape. It is planted on 16 of the estate’s 41 hectares.
Read more in Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine, where you can also watch a video with Felipe, the winemaker: Casa Marin’s crunchy Sauvignon Blanc Cipreses from Chile’s cool Pacific coast.
You can see plenty of pictures and videos on our Chile-Argentina wine tour Facebook group.
Watch the video below with the winemaker talking about his wine.