A very unusual wine. This is made by pressing Pinot noir and ensuring minimal contact with the skin before fermentation (the so-called ‘Blanc de Noir’ winemaking process typical of Champagne). 100% Pinot Noir from estate-owned vineyards in Mainque (Upper Rio Negro Valley) where clay soil and a strong tendency to retain humidity allow for a slow and complete maturation of this early-ripening varietal. With compact and small clusters, Patagonian Pinot Noir achieves its best expression giving particular and distinct characteristics, specific to the region.
This is a rich and earthy wine, with a big and full mouthfeel. Very aromatic on the nose, with red currant and white ﬂowers, apricot and ripe peach. Rich and concentrated on the palate, with earthy notes on the ﬁnish.