The Pinot Noir is intense and complex on the nose, dominated by the aromas of cherry, raspberry and spice, with a hint of licorice and subtle earthy notes. The palate is broad, with concentrated flavors of ripe cherries and blackberries, fresh acidity, soft tannins and a lingering finish.
The grapes come from a single headquarters in Las Such, at the southwestern tip of the Casablanca Valley, located 18 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean. The Casablanca region is recognized in the Chilean wine industry for its development over the past 25 years and the sustained quality of its Pinot Noir and white wines.
The climate of Casablanca, cooled by the influence of the South Pacific and extraordinary thermal variation between day and night, extending the growing season of grapes, as summer temperatures during the day range from 25 ° C to 27 ° C, favouring the slow ripening of the grapes and allowing the development of flavors and intense and fresh aromas. --Winemaker