Much like the climate of Sonoma County's Russian River Valley, Chile's cooling influence comes from the Pacific Ocean, making it the perfect place to grow exceptional Pinot Noir. This is especially true in the Aconcagua Valley, just to the north o Santiago. Here, we've found the ideal value Pinot Noir from an area that is catching many people's attention.

The grapes that go into Lot 157 are grown on alluvial soils. They are hand-harvested, gently crushed and chilled prior to fermentation. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and then aged for 6 months in neutral French Oak.


An elegant and earthy Pinot Noir with expressive aromas of blueberries and cherries. Sip it alongside seared duck breast with a pomegranate-citrus glaze or garlic and herb-marinated pork tenderloin.


  • Alcohol: 13.5%
  • Bottle Size: 750mL
  • Varietal: Pinot Noir