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Bodega Chacra – Barda Pinot Noir – 2019

As a result of curiosity and desire of widening his own aspirations, this fantastic wine was born and it synthesizes in itself all the elegance and personality of the one who produced it. Directly from Rio Negro, 100% Pinot Noir grapes from 30 years old vineyards on which was practiced a massal selection, Andean climate and very dry calcareous/sandy soils in order to obtain fresh and immediate wines. Harvested by hand with spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks, afterwards 50% of the aging is done in cement tanks and the other 50% in used French oak barriques (only 15% new) for 11 months. The result is a fantastic wine with the typical scents of the vine red fruit mixed with a bit of spice, it is powerful and very mineral in the mouth with silky and delicate tannins.

  • Producer: Bodega Chacra
  • Name: Barda Pinot Noir
  • Grape Variety: 100% Pinot Nero
  • Vintage: 2019
  • Alcohol Content: 14,5%
  • Bottle Size: 750ml
  • Production:

Productive Notes: spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks. Aging 50% in cement tanks and 50% in used barrique for 11 months.

Wine naturally contains solphites


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From Tuscany to Argentina, this is how Piero Incisa della Rocchetta (father and inventor of Sassicaia) continued his journey when, after a tasting, he was charmed by a Pinot Noir from the Rio Negro area and decided he wanted to make a wine with those characteristics. In 2004 he established Barda Chacra by renovating an old bodega and planting some old Pinot Noir vineyards (vines planted in 1932!) in a unique territory, in the heart of Patagonia between Andes and Atlantic ocean in a dry climate with little rain and low humidity where diseases (such as phylloxera) do not spread. Boasting experience and vision, it enhances a terroir, called Mainqué, on steep slopes, called Barda, through organic methods with five annual irrigations and a total preservation of the environment thanks to the practiced beekeeping. There are 24 hectares where Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Malbec are cultivated and where attention is paid to details from the vineyard to the cellar: low yields with 5 bunches per plant, no technologies, spontaneous fermentation and the use of barriques for aging. A real revolution with complex and concentrated wines for one of the most famous Italian artists of the oenological world

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