Color: Dark cherry red
Nose: Mature berries, cherries, and black pepper
Taste: Very round and silky, buttery even. Â Nice intensity and refreshing palate.
Summary: Produced in Chile’s Casablanca valley, this Pinot Noir is high in alcohol content, 13.9%. Â That’s not really a bad thing, and in this wine, I hardly noticed it. Â The one-word technical description for this wine was “yummy”. Â This wine spent 10 months in French Oak barrels. Â I can think of so many dishes to pair this wine with… pastas are just a starter, but Pinot Noir can pair well with several seafood dishes, particularly a grilled halibut or swordfish…or Chilean Sea Bass. Â I would slightly chill this wine…just a little bit before serving.