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Chacra Pinot Noir Barda 750ML 2014
Sku: 02819
Light, offering pretty cinnamon, tea and lightly mulled cherry fruit aromas and flavors, backed by a twinge of briar on the finish. Opens slowly in the glass to show a touch more flesh, too. Dri ...more
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Product Information
Country: Argentina
Region: Southern Region
Sub-Region: Patagonia
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Still wine
Reg. $22.99
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Smooth with dusty berry, plum, caramel and spice aromas and flavors, this Pinot Noir culminates in a composed and satisfying finish.
Wine Spectator 91 points - Pure, minerally and powerful, with concentrated flavors of red plum and dried raspberry, loaded with powerful meaty notes. Sandalwood accents linger on the finish, showing caressing tannins. Drink now through 2019. 3,000 cases imported. -KM  (Dec 31 2015)

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Light, offering pretty cinnamon, tea and lightly mulled cherry fruit aromas and flavors, backed by a twinge of briar on the finish. Opens slowly in the glass to show a touch more flesh, too. Drink now. 1,100 cases imported. –JM 88 Points Wine Spectator
Food pairing
Pairs well with roast beef, salmon, swordfish and pastas with meat or seafood sauces.

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Bodega Chacra is located in the Rio Negro Valley of northern Patagonia, 620 miles south of Buenos Aires, 1,240 miles north of Tierra del Fuego, and roughly equidistant west to east from the Andes Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The property’s situation in the arid central Argentine desert is tempered by the confluence of the Neuquen and Limay Rivers, both of which flow from the Andes and converge in the Rio Negro, which in turn flows into the Atlantic. The Rio Negro Valley itself is a glacial bed 15.5 miles wide stretching 310 miles along the river’s banks at an elevation of 750 feet above sea level. The valley is irrigated by a network of channels excavated in the late 1820s by British colonists who observed the abundant snow melt flowing from the Andes and created an oasis in the middle of the desert.