As with the Chardonnay, the Aconcagua Costa Las Pizarras Pinot Noir is also fresher and sharper than the I tasted next to it, despite the year being somewhat warmer. This feels very young and fruit-driven, open, aromatic, exuberant and, in a way, less mineral than the Perhaps it's only a matter of age, but this doesn't seem to have the same level of complexity and depth. I see this more in line with Drink now. Pinot Noir. Full Bodied. Chile , Aconcagua Valley. Find out more about collection and delivery options here. Wines and spirits purchased from Berry Bros.
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LAS PIZARRAS CHARDONNAY 2017: THE BEST CHILEAN WINE BY ROBERT PARKER, WITH 98 POINTS
The Aconcagua Costa "Las Pizarras" Chardonnay is really fascinating, and it's even sharper, more restrained and with higher acidity than the that I tasted next to it. Winemaker Francisco "Pancho" Baettig is really pushing the wine to the limits—harvesting early and with more concentration and structure achieved through lower yields, which provides depth and complexity. The origin is the same as for , and so is the vinification and aging in French barriques for almost 13 months. This is really young and austere, and it took some time in the glass to open up. It has Chablis-like definition, austerity and crispness; it's pure, mineral, long, precise like a laser cut, symmetric and chiseled. Even if it's sharp and citrusy, the palate has more volume and depth, and some nutty notes appear after some time.
Awarded 99 points, it is the 2nd highest ranked Pinot Noir and sits amongst an illustrious list of wines from around the world, and the best ranked Chilean. The grapes for Las Pizarras are sourced entirely from the Aconcagua Costa Estate from specific blocks that have a significant component of metamorphic rock including slate pizarras, in Spanish. Given the extremes of this cool climate site, as well as the uniqueness of its soils and elevations, each small block of vines ripens at its own pace. Its proximity to the cool Pacific Ocean and its well-drained soils, with high level of slate and metamorphic rock, allow the Estate to produce Pinot Noir of exceptional complexity, depth, minerality and natural acidity. The vintage will surely be remembered as a great one, with idyllic climatic conditions experienced throughout the season. The peculiar climate and soil present a wine that is characterised for being lineal, nervous, dry, mineral and well-structured. Therefore, the name of the range is directly related with the place and the terroir.