A “super-cool Chilean region” (Jancis Robinson MW) Paredones lies just 6km from the Pacific Ocean on the Colchagua coast. Cooled by the sea breeze, the vineyards produce ripe Pinot Noir grapes with silky texture, raspberry fruit and freshness.
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Beyond the Label
Crushed raspberries, cherry and vanilla, a touch of smoky spice
Fresh raspberry and sweet cherry aromas, with a hint of spice
Since its launch, Casa Silva has become widely regarded as one of Chile’s best and named 'Winery of the Year' four times. It was founded by fourth-generation Mario Silva, from one of Chile's oldest winemaking dynasties. They started in Angostura, but their latest venture is in Paredones, Colchagua. Just 6km from the coast, it is described by Decanter as "a source of terrific whites and reds". Casa Silva has been one of its ardent pioneers, championing the region's ability to produce seriously fine, cool climate wines. Cool Coast Pinot Noir is an outstanding example of what they can do: brimful of ripe raspberry, with an elegant freshness. If this were from New Zealand you’d be paying twice as much. Perfect on its own or with white meats.
"Full of flavour. One of the tastiest wines I've drunk, bursting full of blackberry flavours"
5 Star Online Review For the 2017 vintage