Casas del Bosque Pinot Noir Rosé 2021

I have to admit, I have not had a lot of Roses from Chile, so I approached this with some curiosity. On the positive side it is 100% Pinot noir, so it’s intriguing … Pale salmon in color with a mild nose. On the mid palate the wine displays nice smooth soft red fruits, strawberries and the like. On the medium length finish the wine displays nice smooth crisp, dry acidity and citrus notes that linger nicely. This wine is a beautiful patio summer sipper, or it pairs well with lots of foods too. I would give it an 88 or so. Quite nice, and a good showing. To date I have been underwhelmed by entry level Chilean pinot noirs but this Rose is redeeming! From the LCBO web site, check stock:


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Product Details

Made with direct pressed clusters, squeezed gently for light color and then fermented as a white in stainless steel tanks, this is truly cherry juice – refreshing, light, and ideal to drink by the liter in the summer. Not to be missed, a wine that speaks of what a good moment it is for rosé in Chile. Score – 91. (Patricio Tapia,, 2022)

More Details

  • Release Date June 18, 2022
  • Alcohol/Vol 12.3%
  • Made In Casablanca Valley, Chile
  • By Casas del Bosque
  • Sugar Content 4 g/L
  • Varietal Pinot Noir
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