Wine Chacra, "Cincuenta y Cinco", 2010
Reviews of purchase Chacra, "Cincuenta y Cinco", 2010
The wine is bright red.
The wine has a smooth, delicate, dry, clean taste with intense sweet fruity tones, delicate tannin structure and lingering aftertaste with hints of savory, dark fruit, spices and leather.
Delicate aroma of wine is filled with tones of red berries (strawberries, raspberries, cherries), rose, orange, pepper, herbs, spices and undergrowth.
The wine goes well with red or white meat and vegetables cooked on the grill, fresh bread, snacks, pasta, risotto.
Pinot Noir wine production "Sinkuenta and Cinco" in 2010 harvested by hand, only in the morning, starting from March 7. Berries are gathered in small boxes that can accommodate only 9 pounds of grapes each. This is a more time consuming process than using large containers, but it allows the berries, is at the bottom remain intact. Cooling of the grapes on the way to the winery keeps its freshness and useful properties. Grapes arrived at the winery was cooled in cement vats. Grapes was fermented for a week in the large 200-liter barrels. Then the wine is drained by gravity in French oak barrels of superior quality, of which approximately 50% were new and 50% - annually. Here passed malolactic fermentation of wine for about two months and the subsequent 11-month exposure. In bottles of wine is unfiltered. Storage capacity "Sinkuenta and Cinco" is 10 years.
Marquis Piero della Rocchetta Inchisa - one of the most famous Italian wine makers, members of the clan della Rocchetta Inchisa grandson Marchese Mario Incisa della Roquette and nephew Nicolo Incisa della Roquette. His ancestors were engaged in wine in the XVII century, and his grandfather created the great Sassicaia. Piero decided to prove that something is capable of without the help of family. Rejecting the brilliant financial career, he became involved with wine. Bodega Chakra (Bodega Chacra) appeared in 2004, when Piero bought an abandoned vineyard with 1932 vines of Pinot Noir, located in the valley of the Rio Negro, in northern Patagonia. Terroir Chacra, towering 250 meters above sea level, on a combination of climate and calcareous soil is ideal for growing Pinot Noir. By the vineyard in 1932 and its own newly planted vineyards were added in 1955 and 1967. Incisa produces a separate wine with each of them.