Red cherries, strawberries, spiced plums, violets, cloves, dried herbs, undergrowth and a hint of smokiness on the nose. It is medium bodied with firm, tight-grained tannins. Firm, mineral tannins with a quality similar to tea. Very focused and structured.
98 Points - James Suckling
In a sea of Argentina Malbec, Chacra Pinot Noir are a real stand out. James Suckling crowned “Wine of the Year” in 2020. Made from very old vines planted in 1932 and 1955, Chacra Pinot Noir Treinta y Dos 32 is the more structured of all Chacra’s wine. Meant to be tried after 2025, Chacra Pinot Noir Patagonia Treinta y Dos 2020 “again impressed us with its focus, structure and minerality” certainly “this year’s top pinots” - James Suckling