STRAWBERRY. FLORAL. BALANCE.
A coastal, approachable Pinot Noir that melds lively acidity with bright red fruits in a well-balanced, harmonious style.
Intense nose of fresh fruits like strawberry, red cherries and plenty of floral aroma. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, good natural acidity and fresh berry fruits towards the finish. It is well balanced, clean and expressive.
Try with grilled salmon, Gruyère cheese, or wild mushrooms with polenta.
Natural acidity and good balance give Boya wines a remarkable sense of place, representing the cool coastal climate of Leyda Valley. Boya wines are made using fruit that is harvested early, in order to achieve a very bright, low alcohol, fresh style. Barrels used 4-8 times are used for Boya's red wines and the wine is aged for 8-10 months.
Where: Leyda, Chile
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
Elevation: 820 feet
Age of Vines: 11 years
More about Boya
Matias Garces Silva, the winery owner, is passionate about the wine he makes. He started an experimental vineyard on his parent’s Leyda property, and that experiment has evolved to Boya’s line of undeniably fresh wines. The Boya vineyards now are just 5 miles from the ocean, so each wine showcases that beautiful coastal influence.