Chaltén 2007 Reserva Pinot Noir (Neuquén) Review

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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