Medium to high intensity weight and red color with tints of violet. Aromas of berries, black cherries and sweet fruits with notes of toasty oak. Soft, sweet fruit on the palate with a rich texture, and mouth filling.
Drink with red or white meats, and cheeses.
Somewhere I read this was possibly a great value chilean pinot noir. It is a light pinot, and could have been a good choice for those who like a simple, affordable pinot. However, the slight but distinct metallic note I detected with each sip and swallow did not go away, even on the second day. I did not care for this and wonder if this bottle was tainted. Unitl I try it again, I have to be slightly dissappointed, even given its value pricing.