The red grape variety used to produce the famous Côte D’Or red wines in Burgundy. It is among the most delicate of varieties, owing to its refinement and ability to reflect the terroir, only unveiling its qualities when grown in the noblest soils, with low yields, and vinified with care. Thrives in cool climates.
Chilling in a refrigerated room with gentle foulage in these chilled conditions for most of the grapes. Maceration on the skins for 35 days. Fermented in vat with regular pumping over. The 15% of the grapes that were left whole serve to help drain the wine.
VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir
APPELLATION: Lolol Valley, Chile
COLOR: The glass reflects a lively ruby color with a hint of purple at the rim.
AROMA: The aromas explode out of the glass, led by pomegranate and cherry wrapped in violets, with a hint of grapefruit peel and vanilla.
FLAVOR: The mouthfeel is seductive and lush, with big fruit in the midpalate framed by a granite mineral structure and sliding into a long silky finish.
UPC: 6 35335 119192 7