Tasting Notes: 2004 Trapiche Pinot Noir

2004 Trapiche Pinot Noir
Originally uploaded by djcollinator.
WOW! This was a screaming deal at $8. I have found that with Pinot Noir, you get what you pay for. This is not the case here. Leave it to the Argentineans to produce a VERY drinkable cheap Pinot. I have said it before & I am going to say it again...the Argentineans know how to grow some grapes.

The nose was full of cherries with a hint of mint & some cedar. In the mouth it was very light, with bright cherry notes leading into a faint lime-like acidity. Very little tannins until the finish where they were very soft. The finish left quickly & had hints of cloves.
3.5 of 5

I will be getting a bottle of this again. It is a very good mid-week wine & the price can't be beat.


  • At 9:22 PM, Blogger glupt said…

    Good note, made me thirst! And ytou know that probably you pay less for argentinian wines than we do, due to crazy taxes we have here.

  • At 2:06 PM, Blogger Collin C. said…

    That is crazy that you pay more, being closer to the source & all. I cant even imagine how much it costs in Argentina, I bet it is dirt cheap!

    Keep an for tasting notes on a 2004 El Portillo Malbec I picked up today.

  • At 5:20 PM, Blogger glupt said…

    In Argentina it's the same, too much taxes, the craziest thing is that it's not cheap there either!


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