Las Kuras Vineyard is located only 5 kilometers from the base of the Andes Mountain, in an old riverbed. Influenced by a semi-arid Mediterranean climate, Las Kuras Vineyard in Cachapoal Valley appears to have a unique and suitable climate for grape growing. Most of the rains are concentrated in the winter, between may and september, with an average annual rainfall around 500 mm. Between
November and April, the vines grow normally under dry conditions. Although the days are moderately hot in summer (82-86°F), the nights are pleasantly cool (54- 58°F), as a result of cool breezes blowing off the Andes
Mountains. Our Sauvignon Blanc is selected from a very special block in Las Kuras directly beneath the foothills of the Andes. The vines grow with the cold influence of the mountains and express all the minerality of this vineyard,
a unique stony gravel soil. “Las Kuras” means “Stones” in our native language.
Perfect for fresh vegetable salads, seafood and fish. Serve well chilled from 6 to 8° C (42°F to 46°F).
The House of Marnier-Lapostolle (HOML) is one of the last family-owned and operated companies in the beverage industry. HOML has practiced the art of blending and aging Cognacs for over 150 years. Today, HOML is managed by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her father, Jacques - the 5th and 6th generations of the family. Their famous Grand Marnier Liqueur was created in 1880 by Louis Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, crafted with a blend of aged Cognacs and Caribbean oranges.