As the weather changes we reach for our favourite autumnal Pinot Noir. It’s a delicate juicy wine with an alluring perfume. Aromas of cherries and strawberries waft over a floral backdrop of rose petals and herbs.
As it is quite light, it pairs easily with almost any food. So sit back and watch the seasons change and enjoy a little Chilean delight.
With climate change in mind, Montes vineyards are now managed as a dry farming project. Having reduced water consumption by more than 65%, they are producing grapes with higher phenolic concentration adding complexity to their wines.