- White & Red Varietals Peak
Close to the Coastal Range, marine breezes
keep temperatures cooler, which helps white varietals
ripen. By contrast, Cabernet Sauvignon
grapes grow better with some warm temperatures. The Coastal Range acts as a buffer
for vineyards between the range and the Andes, offering slightly warmer temperatures and prompting peak conditions for red varietals
. This also benefits the Cavanza Rosé
, which consists of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah grapes.