|Style||Dry, Red, Light Bodied, Fruity, Red Fruits, Lightly Oaked, Easy Drinking|
El Infiernillo, (loosely translated to ‘little hell’) Pinot Noir, DO Aconcagua delivers intense wild strawberry aromatics and palate-pleasing cranberry and creme fraiche flavours. Named for the Descabazado volcano near the Andes Mountains, this Pinot Noir pairs perfectly with duck, goose, mushrooms, BBQ meats, and foie gras. Enjoy a "little hell" one evening!
About the Producer
The Boutinot winemaking team has been cultivating connections in Chile for two decades. They source fruit and wine from the Central Valleys with the help of family growers who prioritise quality. Striving for freshness and purity, winemaker Guillaume Letang tours the vineyards each vintage to craft the purest expression of Chile's terroirs.
Vineyard and Winery
Coming from a block of fruit in the Casablanca Valley, the Pinot Noir grapes benefit from alluvial soils, a long ripening season and optimum diurnal temperature variations. Due to its proximity to the cooling influences of the Pacific Ocean it is ideal for the production of exquisite Pinot Noir. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at a low fermentation temperatures is used to avoid hard extraction. There grapes are fragile so there is lots of gentle pumping over help to avoid bad tannins. The wine is aged for 9 months in French oak.
Great quality Pinot Noir for under £8 a bottle is incredible value. Very easy to drink with all the flavours you would expect from a South American Pinot Noir.
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