Dos Almas Gran Reserva Pinot Noir
A fruity! bouquet, with notes of: cherry and red berries, such as: strawberries and raspberries, intertwined with: soft spicy notes and a touch of vanilla; from the French Oak Ageing.
Cellaring: this wine, can be aged for up to: 5 years (in good cellaring conditons)
Region: Casablanca Valley
Suggested Food Pairings: Pair with: semi-ripe cow or goat’s cheese. It allows, for a wide spectrum of food options! Particularly, beef, pork, and game! Stews, and spicy dishes.. Also, pairs well with: charcuterie and grilled sausages
Maipo Valley is one of Chile’s most important wine-producing regions. Located just south of the capital, Santiago, Maipo Valley is home to some of the country’s most prestigious wines. It is often described as the ‘Bordeaux of South America’, and rich, fruit-driven Cabernet Sauvignon is undoubtedly its most celebrated wine style.
Maipo is at the very northern end of Chile’s extensive Central Valley, running from just north of the Rapel Valley up to where the countryside begins to give way to houses and roads in the southern suburbs of Santiago.
The Coastal Range separates the area from the Pacific coast, and on the eastern side, the Andes Mountains rise suddenly and dramatically, separating Maipo from the Argentinean region of Mendoza.