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Bodega Chacra Winery

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Barda Pinot Noir

Winemaking at Chacra follows an organic and biodynamic approach, in the most natural manner. The objective is for the oak, the fruit, and the nuances of the soil to marry perfectly so that the influence of the wood is nearly imperceptible in the wine. The vine and character of the land are expressed to the their fullest.

Varietal Composition:
Barda is made from our 1932 and 1955 own rooted vineyards, located in the Rio Negro Valley within Patagonia.

Vinification-Aging:
The grapes undergo a 3-day cold maceration. Fermentation on natural yeasts lasts about 2.5 weeks at 70 – 77°F. After fermentation, half the wine is racked by gravity into new French oak barrels of the highest quality; the other half goes into cement tanks. Natural malolactic fermentation lasts about 1.5 months. Barda is aged in barrels and tanks for a total of 8 months.

Suggested Food Pairings:
Pairs well with roast beef, salmon, tuna steak and pastas with meat or seafood sauces.

Color:
Light ruby.

Aroma:
A beautiful nose mixing red and black fruit aromas with a spicy twist; earthy, very subtle, starting to show some complexity even at this early age.

Flavor:
Very fine tannins, great acidity and balance, Barda is supple and tasty, with a savory finish. It has a citric, blood orange-like freshness that is noticeable mostly in the finish..

Suggested Serving Temperature:
Between 14ºC and 15ºC.

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