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Two worlds, two winemakers, one vision. After traveling through many winemaking regions of the world, César Baeza and Miguel Besoaín met in Chile to realize they shared a common vision to craft wines from different vineyards in Chile and worldwide, using their combined skills and world experience.
Leyda Valley, Chile – This region sits on a set of rolling hills on the seaward side of the coastal range, particularly cold because of the Humboldt Current and consequently produces bright, vibrant wines. The soil here at 180 mts. above sea level is largely clay and loam over a granite base with moderate drainage.
Pinot Noir grapes were hand-picked at 24.7°Brix at their peak of flavor, maturity and balance; one quarter was “whole-cluster” fermented and the rest fermented traditionally at 23°C, using “pissonage” and light pumpovers to retain the grape’s aromatic components so special to the Leyda terroir; then racked, filtered and aged in French Oak Barrels for 18 months; bottled with a natural cork finish.
FOOD PAIRING: Roasted chicken with herb de Provence, grilled romaine, fried sweet potatoes.
LOW SULFITES. MINIMAL INTERVENTION.
Was recommended by the helpful staff there. Love it. It’s just as a pinot should be
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