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Slight ruby in colour with fruity aromas of plums and cherries. Smooth and light, this Pinot Noir offers freshness with a velvety texture. The best expression of the varietals tipicity. Fresh wines, concentrated with intense fruit presence. The largest varietal proposal of Argentina.Â
Ideal to accompany pasta, rice and white meats. This wine comes from an awarded winery in South America.
Trapiche is the winner of "Argentina Wine Producer of the Year" (twice) plus a regular member of "Value Brands of the Year" by Wines & Spirits Magazine.
Trapiche is sustainably focussed by ensuring no chemicals touch their wines and their vineyards are becoming increasingly biodynamic. Discover more about their effortsÂ here.
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