Color: Deep cherry red
Nose: Strawberries and oak
Taste: Light bodied as many pinot noir wines tend to be. A little tart but overall it is balanced with distinctive pinot noir fruit coming through.
Summary: Is this a good Chilean Pinot Noir? At $8 it sure is. Could it be fruitier, brighter, and have a longer finish. Sure it can, but at $8 you can’t get it all.
Puerto Viejo Pinot Noir is produced by Viña Requingua. Its rated at 13% alcohol and is estate bottled at the company’s Curico valley facility.