Tectonia Pinot Noir
The influence of tectonic plate activity along Chile’s coastline was the inspiration for the name Tectonia. This line has two varieties: Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.
Originating from our pioneering terroir in the Patagual Valley, the volcanic influence of this wine comes from sediments from the Antuco and Lonquimay volcanoes that dominate the Bío Bío Valley.
Red, medium intensity.
Red and black fruits.
Rich acidity, red fruits, earthy, fresh and reactive tannins.
Chile’s 8th Region, Patagual Valley, 15 kilometres from the Pacific Ocean at the southernmost limit for grape ripening (extreme zone).
Fish, duck and mushroom based sauces.
International Wine Challenge 2012: silver medal.
Decanter World Wine Awards 2012: bronze medal.