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Pacifico Sur Reserva Pinot Noir 2018

Producer: Pacifico Sur
A family run winery, these vineyards are in the Central Valley is arguably Chile’s most important wine region, housing both the capital, Santiago, and many of the country’s oldest vineyards. The Andes influence the climate of the Central Valley dramatically, providing essential water for irrigation from snowmelt and coastal fogs moderate the temperature whilst the alluvial soil is perfect for grape-growing. This Pinot Noir has gentle aromas of elegant red apple, raspberries and a subtle leafy note. It has good weight and structure which leads to a supple, juicy finish with a hint of mint. Perfect with aromatic vegetable dishes, chicken or pork. 14% and Vegan.
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CountryChile
OriginSan Antonio
Year2018
Grape VarietyPinot Noir
OakYes
Green Cellars RatingGood
Green CredentialsVegan
Typical ABV14%
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