A gloriously silky, spicy berry Pinot Noir from a top estate in Argentina’s Patagonia. Windswept, with clear, unpolluted skies, this most southerly region is ideal for vines. The result is a Pinot with bright fruit and a lovely breeze of freshness.
"Absolutely stunning! Delicious all rounder, velvety smooth, a perfect partner for steak"
Online Review For the 2016 vintage
Only planted with vines since 2000, Patagonia now has a stellar reputation for wine. The soil is light and stony, the sunlight is clear, and water from irrigation is plentiful, while biting winds result in small, thick skinned berries. The Schroeder story is one of triumph over adversity. Having lost a fortune in debt-ridden Germany in the 1920s, Juan Schroeder emigrated and set up a farm in Argentina. Three-quarters of a century later, amidst the country’s 2001 debt crisis, the family established their now hugely successful estate in Patagonia. In the last 15 years it has won many awards, including ‘Winery of the Year’ in 2006. The strong Patagonian winds produce a rich style of Pinot Noir, aged here in oak. Decant and enjoy with lamb.
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