The Leyda valley is an area of clay soils which lend the wines a gently mineral character. Its steep hills provide varying levels of exposure to the sun, resulting in different degrees of ripeness. The cooling coastal influence ensures a slow ripening process, leading to grapes with great aromatic potential.

Bright red colour. An expressive and fresh wine with dominant red fresh fruits, raspberries and cherries which are easily appreciated on the nose. On the palate, it is a light juicy wine with amicable tannins and floral notes, red fruits and some spices hints. An elegant wine with a fresh and soft finish.


Tasting Notes:

Varietal Composition:

100% Pinot Noir

Geographic Area:

Leyda Valley

Winemaking:

The grapes were manually harvested and selected, then subjected to a cold maceration for twelve hours. The must was then fermented with selected yeast in stainless steel tanks at 26ºC, followed by a malolactic fermentation in french oak barrels. The wine was oak-aged for a total of eight months.

Winemaker's comments:

Bright red colour. An expressive and fresh wine with dominant red fresh fruits, raspberries and cherries which are easily appreciated on the nose. On the palate, it is a light juicy wine with amicable tannins and floral notes, red fruits and some spices hints. An elegant wine with a fresh and soft finish.

Food Pairings:

This wine pairs well with sushi, vegetarian dishes and non-oily fish. Best served at between 14ºC - 16ºC.

Cellaring Recommendations:

Five to six years

Format Types:

750 ml

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