A family owned company, Undurraga is one of the most prestigious and longest-operating wineries in Chile. Since it’s inception in 1885, the winery's constant search for quality, proximity to its consumers, and innovative spirit have made Undurraga stand out from the pack. Available in over 70 countries, the winery offers a broad range of flavour profiles with its high-quality, world-renowned wines . With a total surface area of 1,854 hectares spread across Chile's best wine-producing regions, Undurraga's agricultural activity takes place in estates which are dedicated exclusively to growing and producing the finest wine grapes.View Supplier Page
|Estimated Retail Price||$28.99|
|Region||San Antonio Valley|
|Available In||BC AB|
Dark, cherry red.
The nose is complex and delicate, revealing aromas of fresh cherries and red plums, together with notes of smoke and spice.
Fresh and elegant, with searing, vertical acidity and is notable for its famed mid-palate. Well-balanced with long finish.
Pair with classically prepared Spring lamb, mushroom risotto or roasted turkey.
T.H. stands for Terroir Hunter. The grapes were sourced from a selected 2.97-hectare plot in the Leyda appellation, the well-known southern sub-region of San Antonio, 14 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean. Cooled by the South Pacific breezes and coastal summer fog that often lasts until mid day, the Leyda Valley climate extends the growing season, as its average summer maximum temperatures rarely exceed 25C, ensuring slow ripening and the development of intense, fresh flavours and aromas. Located to the west of the coastal mountain range, the soils of the Leyda Valley developed directly from the granite rock on the coastal batholith formed 200 million years ago during the Jurassic period.
“Slightly robust for pinot noir, but this has generous, youthful forest-berry aromas, a rather sleek body, some smoky character and quite crisp acidity at the finish. Drink now. Screw cap.”
"A juicy and firm pinot with some dried strawberry, lemon and light sandalwood character. Medium body. Fresh finish. Drink now. Screw cap."
Bronze Medal "Brisk acidity and structure. Attractive palate with strawberry and floral flavours."
"A dark color and leathery, spicy, musky aromas lead to a medium to full palate with boldness and balance. Spiced cherry and black-plum flavors are lasting on a finish in which moderately complex fruit and spice flavors fade away with grace."
“The 2013 T.H. Pinot Noir Leyda was produced with fruit from a 2.97-hectare plot of vines planted 14 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean on clay and granite soils. It fermented with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel and matured in French barriques (12% of them new) for ten months. Some whole clusters were used (as they’ve done since 2010) in trying to look for some more complexity, a wine marked by the granite and the sun (the light) from Leyda. There are notes of ripe red berries and a spicy touch. The palate is medium-bodied, with ripe flavors but a more austere texture, approachable and tasty. 31,200 bottles produced.”
"A pinot with dried berry and smoky undertones. Medium body, silky tannins and a dried citrus fruit undertone too. Drink or hold."
"Malty, tamed tertiary aromas: leather, earth and tar. Contained palate rich in spice, herbs and wild red fruit. Fresh and complex in an old-school style."
"Among the best Chilean Pinot Noir"