baettig_los_primos_pinot_noir

Pinot Noir Parcelas los Primos 2017, Baettig, Traiguen

Land:
Chile
Servering:
14-16 °C
Område:
Malleco
Gemmepotentiale:
2019-2027
Alkohol:
13,5 %
Lagring: 
Små fade
Velegnet til: 
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550,-
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    Pinot Noir Parcelas los Primos 2017, Baettig, Traiguen

    Lavet på 100 % Pinot Noir fra Traiguén - Chiles sydligste vinområde. Los Primos er den bedste frugt fra de forskellige marker. Dyrket uden kemi og kunstvanding og høstet i hånden. Gæret naturligt med 31 % hele klaser og lagret på 300 liters fade af fransk eg - 21 % nye fade.

    Dyb karmoisinrød med aromaer af hindbær, roser, modne kirsebær samt noter af jord, te og sødlig lakrids. Dyb, intens og struktureret - kompleks, domineret af rød frugt, saftig med frisk syre og med en lang eftersmag.

    Velegnet til kylling og fuglevildt - gerne med svampe.

  • Producenten
    Terroirvine fra det sydligste Chile

    Vinos Baettig lavede deres første kommercielle årgang i 2017. Indtil da havde det været et yderst hemmeligt projekt.

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    94 p. Tim Atkin MW (årgang 2017)

    Three clones (777, 828 and a Gevrey-Chambertin selection) make up the blend of this Malleco Pinot Noir from Francisco Baettig's exciting new project. Made with 31% whole bunches and 21% new wood, it's a subtle, racy, scented Pinot Noir with rose petal and wild strawberry notes and stony minerality. 2021-27

    p. 93 p. Wine Advocate (årgang 2017)

    The first Pinot Noir, the 2017 Selección de Parcelas Los Primos Pinot Noir was produced with grapes from the El Primo, Chuir and Las Cuñadas plots of the vineyard in Traiguén, which were selected for their finesse and complexity with the aim of producing elegant and austere wines with aging potential. 2017 was an early harvest as a result of a dry and warm year. It fermented with 31% full clusters and indigenous yeasts in stainless steel and matured for 18 month in French oak barrels, 21% of them new 300-liter ones. There is less difference between 2017 and 2018 in the reds than in the whites. This 2017 red feels quite fresh and bright, with a brightness of fruit that cries Chile to me, with hints of blood oranges, cherries and herbs, more fruit than earth or mushroom/forest notes. It's clean and balanced, dry and serious, with good acidity. - Luis Gutierrez