Trapiche Varietals Pinot Noir 2012

Member Review by Argovino:

With a bit of airing, a tart red currant bouquet wafts up, and then the burst of sweeter flavors are a pleasant surprise: wild strawberries tinged with allspice and a tiny lemony tang. Not the most refined wine by any means, but it’s an apt choice for a lighter style that’ll give any budget Burgundy or Sonoma County pinot a run for its money. (AV 87, http://argovino.com/?p=1230)

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The Trapiche team was immensely proud to receive the Trophy for the "Argentinian Wine Producer of the Year 2006", awarded by a jury of wine experts on October 31st in London. When the IWSC, one of the most prestigious wine competitions in the world, created the trophy for "Argentinian wine producer of the year" in 2004, Trapiche was the first winery ever to receive it. Th... Read more
The Trapiche team was immensely proud to receive the Trophy for the "Argentinian Wine Producer of the Year 2006", awarded by a jury of wine experts on October 31st in London. When the IWSC, one of the most prestigious wine competitions in the world, created the trophy for "Argentinian wine producer of the year" in 2004, Trapiche was the first winery ever to receive it. The trophy was created because of the growing importance of the Argentina category within the industry; P&O Nedlloyd Logistics is the official sponsor. History repeats itself. Being awarded the trophy again is the proof that Trapiche is paving the way in Argentina´s wine industry, both in terms of quality and innovation. The winner is designated on the basis of its general performance at the IWSC 2006 and Trapiche won the only Gold Medal for an Argentinian wine with Medalla 2003. According to the competition officials, "Each year, the International Wine and Spirit Competition commends the achievements of those members of the wine and spirit trade who make an outstanding contribution to the industry. These individuals or companies set the standards of excellence for the rest of the industry to follow and influence the quality, variety, value, and educational information available to the wine and spirit consumer." Undoubtedly this trophy consolidates Trapiche´s leadership in the Argentinian wine industry. Read less
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Snooth User: Argovino
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4.00 5
06/19/2013

With a bit of airing, a tart red currant bouquet wafts up, and then the burst of sweeter flavors are a pleasant surprise: wild strawberries tinged with allspice and a tiny lemony tang. Not the most refined wine by any means, but it’s an apt choice for a lighter style that’ll give any budget Burgundy or Sonoma County pinot a run for its money. (AV 87, http://argovino.com/?p=1230)


Snooth User: Toni Brigatti
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3.00 5
01/04/2008

2006 vuoden sato ihan jees. Ei mitään mullistavaa, mutta kyllä juo ennemmin kuin ottaa kuuppaan.



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<p>A pale ruby-colored wine with intensely fruity aromas of cherries and plums that echo in the wine&rsquo;s palate and mix with wood and cloves. It has a velvety texture with a smooth, light flavor with a dry finish. Great with pasta, rice, and white meats.</p>


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