Bodega Chacra

Treinta Y Dos 2015

seidig & aromatisch
saftig
pikant & würzig
97–98
100
2
Pinot Noir 100%
5
rot
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2020–2038
Verpackt in: 6er
3
Lobenberg: 97–98/100
Parker: 97/100
Suckling: 96/100
6
Argentinien, Patagonien
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Treinta Y Dos 2015

97–98
/100

Lobenberg: Ein Single-Vineyard-Pinot aus Reben, die 1932 gepflanzt wurden. Biodynamische Bewirtschaftung, Ausbau über 24 Monate in 50% neuem Holz und 50% gebrauchter französischer Eiche. Der Potenzialwein bei Chacra, der reifen muss. Lehmige Böden und kühles Klima. Wunderbare reife Erdbeere, auch etwas Paprikapulver, dann Erdbeere. Am Gaumen mineralisch, straff und mit viel Zug am Gaumen. Die Tannine sind weich und im Hintergrund liegend. Hier hat man eine schöne Balance aus knackiger Frucht und auch etwas reifer, getrockneter Frucht in Form von Kirsche und Hagebutte. Der Wein hat so viel Potenzial und Eigenständigkeit, dass man den Vergleich mit dem Burgund gar nicht anstellen muss. Großartig! 97-98/100

97
/100

Parker über: Treinta Y Dos

-- Parker: I always like to have more than one vintage of the same wine to taste side by side, as it's in the close comparisons where you can better see the small differences and nuances that differentiate one year from another. The 2015 Treinta y Dos, from what they consider one of their best, if not the best, vintages since they started in 2004, when they harvested a little earlier than in the past to keep freshness, which represents the new direction in Chacra. The full clusters fermented in cement vats with indigenous yeasts followed by malolactic. The wine matured exclusively in second and third use French barriques, something they first tried in 2013 and worked pretty well, and the élevage lasted one year. The time in barrel has been shortened considerably, as it used to be two years and it's only one year now, and I feel the wine has gained in freshness. The profile of the wine showcases the new direction they have taken, which was also very noticeable in the Sin Azufre from 2016--wines with more energy, with more precision and freshness. 4,800 bottles were filled in June 2015. From this vintage on, part of the vineyard is no longer used for this wine, following some soil studies they have done with Chilean expert Pedro Parra, so quantities are slightly lower. I think the less time in oak has also helped to achieve a more vibrant wine, really lively, tickling your taste buds with fresh flavors and citric acidity, reminiscent of blood oranges, which is something I love. This is really world class, possibly the best wine ever produced at Chacra. One day I need to taste this next to some Grand Cru Burgundy...97/100

96
/100

Suckling über: Treinta Y Dos

-- Suckling: Another flamboyant 32 with sweet berries, dried citrus and volcanic ash. White pepper. Salt. Full-bodied, layered and flavorful. Savory finish. Ends with just a hint of dried fruit. Drink or hold. 96/100

Mein Winzer

Bodega Chacra

Die Bodega Chacra in Argentinien wurde von Piero Incisa della Rocchetta 2004 gegründet. Mit einem Schlag brachte Piero Patagonien auf die Landkarte der Weinwelt. Kein Wunder, für Weinkenner ist Rocchetta ein altbekannter Name.