Pinot Noir is never a straightforward varietal. Eternally fussy, and extremely fickle, this wonderful grape does fit nicely into the cooler climates of Chile.
Chilean Pinot Noir exudes cherry, cranberry and strawberry, and tends to follow the much-lauded mantra of “less is more” as they pursue a balanced, subtle wine.Learn more about Chilean Pinot Noir.
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