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2017 Boya Pinot Noir

2017 Boya Pinot Noir
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 13%




100% Pinot Noir


A picnic of uber ripe strawberries and soaking in the sun on a Chilean beach


Simple, youthful, and a light finesse of jammy red fruit finishing with Earl Grey tea



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More about this wine from Leyda Valley, Chile
The Garcés Silva family are pioneers of the coastal Leyda Valley in Chile, an area which is aesthetically stunning with rolling hills of vineyards that flow into the Chilean beaches on the Pacific Ocean and is home to some amazing Pinot Noir vineyards. These guys are producing juice that is just as good as anywhere in the world, but for an everyday drinking price point!

This pinot is made using fruit that is harvested early, in order to achieve a very bright, low alcohol, and fresh wine. The nose is dominated by the intensity of strawberry, red cherries, and spring flowers. The palate is medium bodied with supple tannins, good natural acidity, and fresh berry fruits towards the finish. It is well balanced, clean, and expressive. This is a red wine that won't wear you down with too much body or oak, but it'll warm you up and bring a touch of freshness at the same time.
How to drink it

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