In the shadow of the El Descabezado volcano, lies a wiry old block of Pinot Noir rooted in rocky, glacial soils. The "El Infernillo" (translates to little devil) vineyard was planted in 2000. An exciting find from the depths of Chile. Deliciously long, bright, textural Pinot from cold, stony vineyards deep in the Central Valley's old glacial riverbeds. Summer fruits of red currant, raspberry and wild strawberries on the nose follow through to a juicy palate. A touch of oak adds a spicy complexity.