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Bodega Chacra Cincuenta y Cinco 2018

€45.99

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Pairings

Pig

Description

Details of wine

Cincuenta y Cinco comes from vineyards planted in 1955 which gently rest on a sea of pebbles, typical in riverbed soils. There is a wonderful purity in this wine with dried strawberry and iodine. This refined red mixes crushed bilberry and cherry fruit with undertones of smoke, game and mineral. A fine length.

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Color

Rosso rubino intenso.

Smell

Si esprime all'olfatto in maniera pura, con il richiamo al ribes rosso su tutto, sentore che viene arricchito da toni terziari di liquirizia e artemisia.

Taste

In degustazione è equilibrato e rotondo, con un'ottima persistenza.

Pairings

Accompagna formaggi e secondi piatti a base di pollame nobile. Da provare con la faraona al forno.

Details

Features

YEAR 2018
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

TEMPERATURE 16-18
LOCATION Rio Negro - Patagonia (Argentina)
WINEMAKING Si fa fermentare l'intero grappolo a temperature molto basse, esaltando le caratteristiche floreali del vino.
DECANTING 1 ora

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator 2011 90
James Suckling 2014 94
James Suckling 2017 97

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CELLAR

Name: Bodega Chacra
Start-up year: 1932
Winemaker name: Hans Vinding-Diers
Address: Rio Negro - Patagonia (Argentina)
Web Site: http://www.bodegachacra.com

Bodega Chacra is situated in northern Patagonia, the same distance from the Andes Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. The region has a dry and arid climate and is sheltered by the natural barrier created by the surrounding desert. The air is crystal clear, without pollution, and the sun shines with dazzling intensity. The climate in the region is very consistent, each season marked precisely, which means that vintages can be relied on for their consistent quality. Piero Incisa della Rocchetta first purchased the land for Bodega Chacra in 2004, and subsequently added to it over the years. He comes from a family of winemakers well known in the region. The vineyard, which was abandoned when he first purchased it, has thick, pure, gnarled Pinot Noir vines, planted over seventy years ago. The vines produce tiny bunches of small, concentrated berries which are harvested by hand. When fermentation is complete, the wine is transferred into barriques by gravity, without pressing or filtering. Bottling is done without fining or filtration. The idea is for the oak, the fruit and the nuances of the soil to blend perfectly so that the terroir is expressed to its fullest.