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WILLIAM FEVRE"Espino" - Maipo Valley - Pinot Noir - Chile

WILLIAM FEVRE"Espino" - Maipo Valley - Pinot Noir - Chile - 2018

Fresh and fruity, slighty mineral and spicy.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

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VINEYARD

Since 1993, William F?vre, the famous vintner of Chablis in Burgundy, produces exceptional wines in his Chilean Estates. He is one of the first and only ones to produce at high altiktude in what now is called the new D.O. Maipo Vallley - Andes in Chile. Low temperatures and a mix of coluvial and aluvial soils gives complex, elegant and fresh wines.

Wine facts

Label Notes:

Espino is a Chilean acacia present in austere and dry terroirs, in altitude. It is also a word plaing with the last name of the Chilean Partner of Mr. Fevre, Mr. Victor Pino. In spanish the word ES means IS.

Total Production:

41,325

Winemakers:

Cristian Aliaga

Producer:

William Fevre Chile

Variant:

750 mL

Average Age of Vines:

9 years

Average Vineyard Altitude:

900 mts

Density:

2500 plants per hectare

Production:

7 tons per hectare

Sustainably Farmed:

No

Harvest Method:

Manually in 20 kgs boxes

Sorting:

Doble

Fermentation and Maceration:

Our Pinot Noir is produced according to the ancient and traditional Burgundy ‘pigeage’ technique, using small open tanks of 8,000 liters where it is made ‘by hand’. After harvesting in the cool of the mountain morning the tanks are macerated for about 5 days at a temperature of 8?C. Fermentation at between 18-24?C takes place over about a week. The unique process of pigeage or punching down, keeps the cap or sombrero of skins moist and allows for the intensifying of flavours and richer colors.

Aging:

A small portion of the blend (10%) is aged in burgundy barrels from Francois Frere for about four months.

Alcohol:

12.50%

Vintage:

2018

Country:

No

Grape Varietal:

Pinot Noir

SKU:

CL290

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