“One of the 50 best wines in the world” – Decanter Magazine January 2015
In 2004, Piero Incisa della Rocchetta purchased a plot of abandoned vines that had been planted in 1932 (Treinta y Dos) and founded Bodega Chacra. He renovated the vines using biodynamic practices, and in 2006 added two more vineyards to the estate: one planted in 1955 (Cincuenta y Cinco) and one planted in 1967. The oldest vineyards produce small bunches of ultra-concentrated berries that give a particular intensity to the wines made with them. On the ridge (Barda in Spanish) of the 1932 vineyard is a 20-year-old, 10-acre plot that contributes fruit to the wine named after it.
Certified organic (Argencert) and bio-dynamic (Demeter)
Variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Titratable acid: 5.21g/l
Ageing: 12 months in French oak barrels
Winemaker: Hans Vinding-Diers