For a New World wine country, Chile has a long history dating back to the 16th century when the Spanish conquistadors brought vines with them to plant as they colonized the region. Central Valley, home to this Copperland Pinot Grigio, is Chile’s most productive and internationally known wine region as well as being home to some of the best wines that Chile has to offer. This remarkably versatile grape performs best in cool climate areas with plenty of sunshine and cool breezes, no wonder then that this Chilean wine is being received so well. A very aromatic wine that evolves well with time. Aromas of fruit, citrus and pear then open up on the palate as a medium-bodied wine where the citrus fruits and pears come through beautifully. Enjoy
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