The grapes to produce the Pinot Noir Santa Macarena Espinos y Cardos are carefully selected and picked manually early in the morning . Cold maceration prior to alcoholic fermentation at 10C during 3- 4 days in order increase skin components extraction. Alcoholic fermentation was carried out at low controlled temperature (Maximum 25C), which avoids the loss of volatile compounds (aromatic compounds). Regular pumping over to facilitate colour extraction and skin components. Aging in tank with oak to add complexity and subtle toasty character to the final wines.
A single vineyard Pinot Noir from one of the most coastal vineyards in Chile. Situated in the Leyda Valley, a small sub-area of the San Antonio Valley, a wine-producing sub-region which itself is part of the bigger Aconcagua wine region. San Antonio just 5 km from the ocean, within a small vineyard region 55 miles west of central Santiago and just south of Casablanca Valley. Morning mists and spring frosts, often associated with the Napa Valley and Bordeaux are brought from the west coast by the Humboldt current.
Espinos y Cardos is located between the mountains and the sea where looks to craft subtle and pure expressions of classic international varieties from its two ranges. Focused on vineyards in Casablanca and Curico, Los Espinos combines cutting edge winemaking with regional typicity to provide a range that is at the beating heart of the country. Santa Macarena is a testament to the individuality and intrigue that so many Chilean wine drinkers are yet to discover. Amazing fruit, grown in the Leyda region 5km from the ocean, so close you can smell it, crafted into a unique expression of the enigmatic Pinot Noir that clearly demonstrates the real quality that lives in this land.
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