What if one of the greatest Chardonnays in the world didn't hail from Burgundy or the Sonoma Coast... but from one of the unlikeliest spots on the entire earth? We refer here to the driest desert in the world, the Tara salt flat in northern Chile. Located in the immense Atacama desert, where just 20mm of rain falls each year, the vineyards are blanketed by coastal fog, offering a respite to the sun-baked landscape. Winemaker Felipe Toso believes the aromas and flavors are utterly unique to this place on earth, and too special to mask in oak. Think: beeswax, green apple, white cherry, a balance of mineral and leesy notes, and above all an incredible salinity. Taste our planet!