Bodega Chacra's basic Pinot Noir is a blend of fruit from all of the vineyards on the estate. Primarily from a 20 year-old, 4.5 hectare vineyard, this wine also benefits from additional fruit of Chacra's oldest single vineyards, one planted in 1955 and another planted in 1932. This is an exceptional value, with bright red fruits, herbaceous, earthy backbone and cleansing acidity on the finish. Anyone looking to discover Pinot that seamlessly blends the old and new world should look no further than this wine.
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96 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING
A fantastic Barda with dried strawberries, orange peel and tangerines. Medium to full body, firm and silky tannins and a long and flavorful finish. 60% fermented and aged in cement tanks. Tight and beautiful. Drink or hold.
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