The Chaltén 2007 Reserva Pinot Noir (Neuquén) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from Argentina, produced within the Reserva vineyard in the Other province. The cost is $15. This wine has a score of 78/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a very fresh wine. It is soft with an attractive, juicy aftertaste, which gives it a lift and a fresh aftertaste.
This is a blend of 50-year-old vines from two diverse vineyards. Aromas of black-skinned berry, black olive and a balsamic note emerge on the palate, which is quaffable thanks to its silky texture and light, sort-of-searing finish. Drink now.
Aromas of syrupy berry, toast and a whiff of baking spice come together on this Riesling. The juicy, full-bodied palate is full of black cherry, crushed raspberry and anise. It’s balanced and velvety, and finishes with a resiny, oaky note. Drink now.
This is a fruity and ripe wine that’s all fruit. The acidity is good as it gives a lift to the juicy red-fruit flavors. The aftertaste gives a crisp character and a light aftertaste. Drink now.
The most accessible of the winery’s new single-vineyard releases, this opens with aromas of underbrush, toast, anise and a whiff of baking spice. The palate offers juicy black cherry, raspberry compote, tobacco and star anise alongside smooth, polished tannins.
The “good, stale wine for drinking from 2014” is a delicious, dry, crisp expression of the grape. It’s a juicy, clean and lively wine, with a smoky edge that needs to go away.
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