Pristine snow melt water from the Andes, high altitude and pure UV light conspire to make Argentina’s wine regions distinct from all others.
On the run from the law, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid fled to Patagonia in remote southern Argentina. Vast stretches of nothingness, dust and dark skies made it the perfect place for a couple of outlaws to hideout. These same qualities make Patagonia an ideal place to make world class Pinot Noir - a pristine environment and cool nights being key.
This Pinot shows red fruits and dried leaf on the nose with great finesse through the mid palate and flavours of dark morello cherries.
Tom Egan - Importer's notes.