Pinto Pinot Noir
Pinto horses, which have distinctive coats compromised of large patches, were among the various breeds of horse brought to America by the Spanish Conquistadors. Pintos have subsequently become an important part of the Argentine Goucho, or cowboy, culture.
The vast Patagonian grasslands, once home to the Gonchos, are today producing world-class Pinot Noir.
This wine shows classic Pinot Noir aromas of earth and dark cherries which carry onto the palate towards the finish that is as soft as a Pinto pony's muzzle.