Price: Around $8
Color: Ruby with violet hues
Nose: Clean fresh strawberries, dried red roses, and cedar
Taste: Dry and medium density. Ripe red strawberries and cherry flavors. Tangy finish.
Summary: Pinot Noir is not the easiest grape to grow, Concha y Toro has the process down tight to be able to offer good Pinot Noir fruit flavor at this price range.
By the way, I had this Pinot Noir with a tuna salad sandwich and fries and I liked it! Sacrebleu!
Product of Chile’s Casablanca valley.