A partial amount of whole clusters were used in the fermentation of the 2014 Terroir Único Pinot Noir. It fermented in cement vats with indigenous yeasts. The aim with the Terroir Único line is to show the expression of the chalky soils of Gualtallary through the naked varietal so the wines never see any oak. The blend comes from three different vineyards with different soils and altitudes (1,00 to 1,450 meters) that each ripen at different times. Light ruby-colored, with aromas of roses and raspberries, this is very pure, perfumed and intoxicating. The wine matured in concrete vats until bottling. The palate is medium-bodied, with very good freshness. It is fluid, easy to drink (the maceration is not very long) and finishes with a chalky note. This is a bargain Pinot from Gualtallary. 60,000 bottles.
90 points, Wine Advocate (Issue # 220 - Aug 2015)