Ventolera Pinot Noir is made from grapes grown in Chile's cool climate Leyda Valley. It is deep, earthy and structured, with ripe, spicy cherry aromas and an intense, complex mix of red fruits and violets on a full yet velvety palate.
|Serve with||Feathered game dishes or coq au vin|
|Name||Ventolera Pinot Noir|
Ignacio Reccabarren is the godfather of modern winemaking in Chile and he has started a joint venture with cool climate grape grower, Vicente Izquierdo, in the trendy cool climate region of Leyda, just 6 miles from the Pacific Ocean. The salty sea breezes help to produce wonderfully aromatic and zesty wines.