Leyda Valley, Chile
Boya was created by the Garcés Silva family, pioneers of the coastal Leyda Valley in Chile. Boya in Spanish means “buoy” – an appropriate name for a wine coming from vineyard blocks that overlook the Pacific Ocean. The winery’s architecture is inspired by its environment, and the surrounding rolling hills determine the different levels of the winery. The wine decants by gravity, a winemaking practice that preserves its aromatic potential and natural structure.
Bursting with fresh fruit flavors and brisk acidity, Boya immediately impresses with its youthful, New World style made from grapes grown on seaside vineyards on the Leyda coast.