Pinot Noir

Guardián Wine

Casablanca Valley, characterised by its maritime influence, with misty mornings. The soil is loamy clay with a granitic base.

Description

Casablanca Valley, characterised by its maritime influence, with misty mornings. The soil is loamy clay with a granitic base.


The grapes are harvested by hand and macerated in the cold at 10° C for 5 days.
Fermentation is carried out using selected yeasts at temperatures between 24° C and 26° C. Then malolactic fermentation takes place in French casks.

Details

Varieties

100% Pinot Noir

Origin

Casablanca Valley

Wine description

Colour

Violety-red with touches of purple.

Aroma

Forest fruits, strawberries and blackberries, with hints of blackcurrant.

Flavour

Very fresh and elegant, with silky tannins and touches of chocolate.

Serving temperature

12° C – 14° C.

Food match

Aperitif, Japanese dishes.

Alcohol

13%

Ph

3.32

Total Acidity

3.31 g/L. (Tartaric)

Residual Sugar

3.54 g/L

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