2021 Pinot Noir
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Central Valley, Chile, Pinot Noir
The wine presents a dark ruby color with deep density and hues of purple. Plum and blueberry aromas jump from the glass, while hints of vanilla, iris and blanched almond remain restrained. On the palate this dry wine offers copious dark berries and plums, with savory fresh oregano and the faint richness of maple syrup and graham cracker. The texture is round, rich and bright, while the balanced tannin and complex finish suggests a far more mature Pinot Noir.
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Serving Facts per 5fl oz (148ml): 116 calories, 3.5g of carbohydrates, 13.0% alcohol
This dry Pinot Noir shows a bright ruby color with blue and purple hues. Aromas of blackberries, blueberries and dark cherry mingle with hints of basil and spice. The flavors mirror the aromas with additional hints of cocoa nib and clay. Mild tannins add complexity and structure. Drink now on its own or with your favorite dishes.
Grapes, yeast, yeast extract, yeast nutrient, enzymes, tartaric acid, SO2
Los Largos vineyard is located in Talca, 200 kms south of Santiago in the Central Valley. The vineyards are planted over alluvial soils mixed with clay stones. The climate is chilly at night due to the Andes mountain influence. Ripening is slow allowing for development of intense aromas and freshness.
An early frost diminished yields in the region, concentrating the flavors in the remaining fruit. Rains fell during the summer, but the impact was mitigated by coastal breezes and careful management of the canopy. The harvest began later than usual, and a cool, classic vintage marked by delicate fruit flavors and lower alcohol.
The grapes were harvested by hand, destemmed and crushed, then cold soaked for gentle extraction of color and flavor before fermentation. Alcoholic fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tanks, with gentle pumping over in order to preserve the delicate fruit character of the variety. The wine was aged on French oak for five months.