Comahue Estate Pinot Noir 2019
Comahue (place of abundance in the indigenous language) is the word that, against all logic, defines vineyards and wines. Growing on historically nutrient poor soil and in a hostile climate, these vines are the raison d’être of Comahue. 21 years ago, the Viola family was pioneers; they were the first to settle with a wine-growing project in the Patagonian steppe. An originally deserted and unproductive land today is a region that is present in most books about world viticulture and terroir.
Aromas of juicy dark plums, ripe strawberries and other red fruit. Smooth, soft and balanced.