Chile is a great place to find exciting, pure-fruited wines – especially when they're from a dynamic estate like Luis Felipe Edwards. Their philosophy of "elevating quality" is more than a tongue-in-cheek reference to their high-altitude vineyards – it's a standard that's earned them major recognition on the global stage. They are one of Chile’s most-awarded estates, earning hundreds of medals and top accolades, including the Chilean Producer of the Year Trophy from the International Wine & Spirit Competition – plus two Chilean Producer of the Year trophies from the International Wine Challenge Vienna.
Their supple Pinot Noir was crafted using grapes grown in Chile’s Maule Valley – the country’s oldest wine region. Here, cool nights and warm days, plus all that fresh snowmelt from the Andes, allow the vines to thrive and produce top-quality fruit. Hand harvested in the chilly morning (crucial to locking in aromatic intensity) and given a kiss of oak, this Reserva delivers lots of bold, bright red fruit (think cherry and pomegranate) plus a lovely earthiness and spice.
With its velvety texture and freshness, this wine is really versatile with food. Try salmon or pork – or enjoy it solo. Limited cases imported – order today.