This Reserva Pinot Noir intends to be light and as fruit forward as possible, while remaining truthful to the refreshing acidity that the sandy soils and ocean breezes help develop in Casablanca. The fruit for the 2019 vintage was made up of a mixture of two very specific soil types found within the vineyard: sandy loam like the one found on the Tapihue side of the valley, and clay loam similar to the Lo Vásquez side. The resulting fruit had lower yields than the previous year, but the quality of the grape is outstanding.
Freshly fruited, with cherries and strawberries on the nose and a hint of hay. Light, fresh and balanced, with gentle acidity and a clean, fruity finish.
Ideally served at 57-61oF with charcuterie, cold meats and pâtés. Spring vegetables such as peas or grilled asparagus with goatcheese.