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Patagonia

Familia Schroeder Saurus Pinot Noir 2022

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Product Information

Country
Argentina
Region
Patagonia
Grape Variety
Pinot Noir
Vintage
2022
ABV
13.5%
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
75cl

Description

Attractive ripe raspberries, strawberries and black cherries on the nose and palate with an outstanding fresh and velvety mouth feel. Lots of subtleties and elegance.

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Familia Schroeder Saurus Pinot Noir

This Pinot Noir shows ruby red color with bright flashes. Attractive ripe raspberries, strawberries and black cherries on the nose and palate with an outstanding fresh and velvety mouth feel. Lots of subtleties and elegance.

Winemaking

Maceration: whole berries, three days at low temperature. The juice is then fermented during eight days with selected enzymes and yeasts in stainless steel tanks. Four-day maceration at low temperatures after fermentation.

Malolactic fermentation: spontaneous 60% of the wine in tanks and 40% of the wine in oak barrels with bacteria sowing.

Producer

These lands are magical - they hide astonishing mysteries! When construction began to build the winery a dinosaur was unearthed and in tribute to this 75million year giant, the name Saurus was given in tribute!

Alpataco is a tyre puncturing shrub commonly found in the Monte Desert, which lies southeast of the Atacama Desert in Chile, north of the larger Patagonian Desert, and east of the Andes. Located at 39’ Latitude South in San Patricio del Chanar near Neuquen the Schroeder vineyards are planted on gravelly soils and combined with warm days and cool nights provide near perfect conditions for grape cultivation.

This is a distinguished range of wines with intense aromas and elegant tannins, well structured and with the best characteristics of each vintage.

Region

Patagonia is the most southerly wine producing region of Latin America, lying to the south of Mendoza and las Pampas. With considerable new investment, Argentinian Patagonia is fast emerging as the country`s most exciting cool climate vineyard, making elegant wines with balance and complexity in contrast to the more masculine reds of Mendoza.

The region includes two important wine producing provinces, Neuquen to the west, at over 300m altitude beneath the Andes mountains, and the Rio Negro, which follows the long valley of the same name towards the Atlantic Ocean. These are semi arid, alluvial desert vineyards which benefit from constant sun and breezes that help mitigate disease.

The vines are able to produce cool climate varieties including Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc with good aroma and concentration as well as perfect levels of acidity.

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