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Casillero del Diablo Pinot Noir
Chile: Casablanca (42%), Limarí (33%), Rapel (25%)
Mainly Alluvial, rocky and stony with excellent drainage; hillside with granitic subsoil from the coastal range.
Soft and brilliant ruby red color
An expressive wine with remarkable touches of fresh strawberries and raspberries. Soft hints of rose petals complement delicate flavors of cedar and tobacco from barrel aging. An elegant wine with fresh acidity, balanced tannins and well integrated oak. Focused fruit flavors of fresh raspberries and dried fruit come through on the finish.
Complements lightly seasoned grilled salmon or chicken and pork tenderloin, as well as duck breast with a berry citrus glaze.
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