An amazing wine from New World

An amazing wine from New World

Pipeño Carrizal blanco (2020) from Louis Antoine Luyt (Maule Valey, Chile) 

This great orange wine is made from Moscatel, Chasselas, Semillion, Torontel. For Carrizal, farmer Ernesto Soto tends organic dry-farmed bush vines ranging from 100 to 200 years old on sandy, clay soils rich in decomposed granite. The fruit is harvested by hand and manually destemmed using a zaranda.

Spontanous fermentation and maceration for 3 weeks with indigenous yeasts in open wooden lagares.

Unfined and unfiltered.

SO2= 20 mg/l.

In the glass it is amber.

The nose is medium(+) intensity and floral with aromas of orange blossom, lychee, citruses and a touch of minerals.

On the palate it is fruity with flavors of lychee, apricot, citruses and hint of minerals.

Medium body, vivid medium(+) acidity, touch of fine tannins, medium alcohol and medium(+) finish.

What an amazing wine from New World!

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