A new Pinot Noir from two distinct terroirs in Malleco and Aconcagua defined by delicate red fruits and wet fresh aromas.
A bouquet of delicate red fruits and wet forest aromas. Charming and distinguished, this gentle wine offers a persistent mouthfeel. It has a fresh acidity that shows a great potential on the smooth and elegant finish.
Try with wild mushroom risotto, honey-balsamic glazed salmon, or fennel-garlic pork roast.
The 2013 Subsollum Pinot Noir is a blend of Pinot Noir from different origins, Aconcagua and Malleco, and is named after the subsoil that is different in each place; there is limestone in Aconcagua and volcanic tuff (volcanic ashes with a high mineral content) in southern Malleco. The nose is ripe, yet fresh with musky strawberries, hints of decayed leaves and some spices. The palate is light to medium-bodied; here they want a wine that tastes and smell of Pinot Noir, and they certainly achieved it. It's polished, but at the same time it has some wilderness; it has character. Very tasty and easy to drink.The Wine Advocate September 2015
A pinot noir with clear and bright fruit plus sliced plum and strawberry. Some cream too. Full body, light tannins and a savory finish. Bicarbonate. A no wood year, and loving drinking this.James Suckling July 2015
Deep, bright red. Tightly wound and focused on the nose, displaying mineral-laced red berry and cherry aromas and a hint of blood orange. Distinctly fresh and energetic Pinot Noir, offering sappy raspberry and bitter cherry flavors that deepen as the wine opens up. The mineral quality repeats strongly on the long, subtly tannic finish, which leaves a berry skin note behind.Vinous June 2015
- Varietal Composition:
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Avg Elevation:
- 980 feet
- Avg Age of Vines:
- 11 years
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