Pinot Noir is native to Burgundy, France, and the region still produces the most expensive, sought-after versions of Pinot in the entire world. Traditionalists clamor for the “Burgundian funk” – a slightly sweet, slightly wet odor of forest floor and mushroom – but Chile offers a brighter, fresher alternative that honors the original while somewhat reimagining what Pinot can be.
Bright and Fresh
Casablanca Valley, Chile
Wild strawberries, raspberries, and a hint of cherry. Bright and fresh with a smooth lengthy finish.
Pairs with roasted wild mushroom flatbread, garlicky pork chops, or pasta with wild-caught salmon.
”Silky, smooth, and packed with strawberry, raspberry, and red cherry, sip our Pinot Noir for a luscious result that is part Old World sophistication, part New World pizazz and all Chilean charm.Sergio HormazábalHead Winemaker