Litoral Leyda Valley Pinot Noir Ventolera is a refined Chilean take on Burgundy's signature red grape variety. Grapes are grown only a few miles from the Pacific oceans, in the temperate Leyda Valley vineyards, giving the wine subtle cherry and spice aromas. 8 months in French oak give the wine broad, spicy flavours and a long, satisfying finish.
|Serve with||Feathered game or rare-cooked lamb|
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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.
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