Bodega Noemia De Patagonia

Bodega Noemia de Patagonia

A Lisa Patagonia Malbec 2021

Plush red black fruit, soft tannins, explosive finish. Very good — 21 days ago


San Javier Rio Negro Malbec 2020


Very pleasant surprise from Costco - had 95 from Suckling which I took w/grain of salt as I find his ratings way over the top, but this was Tasty! Pnp inky effusive nose of black & red fruit, just gobs, licorice, cocoa, subtle earthy vibes just great varietal typicity - purity. Quaffable, pleasant tannins and a real mouthful of fruit & spice, long finish. Bump for QPR — 4 months ago

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Bodega Chacra

Mainque Chardonnay 2021

A nose of underripe orange or overripe lemon, with prominent notes of hay or wheat, with wet stone and slight notes of sweet baked goods. Medium bodied, very dry, with prominent grassy notes and a very vegetal finish that mellows just a bit at the very end into brioche or baked tart like pastry. Very unique. — 7 months ago

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Bodega Chacra

Lunita Patagonia Pinot Noir

Absolutely amazing pinot. Was definitely pleasantly surprised and exceeded my expectations for an Argentinian Pinot. We had this with cheeses from thr Netherlands and France, salami and mortadella and it complimented all our taste buds with light red tannins. A must if you can get your hands on this — 8 months ago

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Bodega Chacra

Barda Patagonia Pinot Noir 2014

If Burgundy is the pennacle of Pinot Noir… Pinot Noir by the creator of Sassicaia from The Argentine Patagonia is its evil twin… That is what’s in my glass. This is the entry level 2014 and it is mirroring some of the Premier Cru Burgundy’s I’ve tried in the past... Cheers! — 21 days ago

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@JKT We must try this + their single vineyard stuff. Waiting for you in West Texas.


Thank you and that’s a trip surely worth making!

Bodega Familia Schroeder

Saurus Select Patagonia Pinot Noir 2020

Talk about a story behind a wine… They found the largest Argentine “saurus” complete fossils at this vineyard’s site. This Pinot grown in northern Patagonia is the perfect compromise between old world and say: “Sonoma Pinot…” No barnyard, nor funk. Pop and pour kind a deal, not heavily oaked, nor heavily acidic. Flowing on the palate: tranquil and hitting all the right notes, red cherry, acid, earthy… — 7 months ago

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Schroeder Estate

Patagonia Malbec 2021

Nice smooth flavor. — a month ago

Bodega Chacra

Cincuenta y Cinco Pinot Noir 2022

We absolutely love exploring the world’s many expressions of Pinot Noir!  It’s a lifelong endeavor and we’re here for it. 😆

Tonight, we’re taking a sensory trip to South America and, more specifically, Río Negro, Patagonia 🇦🇷 – the most southerly wine-producing region of Argentina – where Antarctic currents, winds descending from the Andes, & high latitudes offer cooling influences, ideal for producing elegant Pinot Noir styles.

Bodega Chacra was established in 2003 by Tuscan Piero Incisa della Rocchetta (grandson of Sassicaia’s founding father) in search of purity and nuance in fruit expression from the terroir of Patagonia. 🍇
Piero now partners with esteemed Burgundian winemaker (and friend) Jean-Marc Roulot in the production process, each contributing their respective oenological “genes” to the final wine, which is first and foremost a child of the earth in Mainqué, Río Negro. 🌱
Paying utmost respect to the land, Bodega Chacra cares for its vineyards organically and biodynamically aided, in part, by the arid, windy conditions that naturally mitigate fungal pressure in the vineyard. Their fruit is harvested by hand, allowing for selectivity and the use of whole bunches during fermentation. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

This wine is called ‘Cincuenta Y Cinco’ (fifty five) because its fruit comes from vines first planted in 1955, carefully preserved by the team at Bodega Chacra, whose oldest vines actually date back to 1932!

This wine was fermented in cement vats using native yeast, adapted to the environment and matured 11 months (50% in concrete, 50% in French oak of various ages) before release. ⚖️

In a word this wine is ethereal.
We served it with a slight chill. Its pristine, berry and cherry fruit profile, complements the delicate cherry blossom, peony 🌺 and baking spice notes. It’s light on its feet w/ medium alcohol (12% ABV) and bright acidity.  It’s lovely & perfumed.

Cheers to Bodega Chacra and all of the beautiful Pinots of Patagonia!
— a month ago

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Bodega Chacra

Patagonia Chardonnay 2017

Made with assistance of Jean-Marc Roulot. Picking up some nuance and intrigue since last bottle. — 8 months ago

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