Bodega NQN 'Malma' Pinot Noir 2015
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James Suckling 92
"A ripe and rich wine with raspberry, plum and lemon aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, bright finish. Walnut undertone. Drink now."J.S.

Wine Enthusiast 90
“Delicious in its simplicity, this is a vin de soif. Filled with raspberry and cherry flavors, with an inner energy sparked by juicy and bright acidity, this wine’s texture provides firm and well-defined tannins that make it an ideal partner for tuna tartare.”~P.T.
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Item ID: #20411
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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James Suckling 92
"A ripe and rich wine with raspberry, plum and lemon aromas and flavors. Medium to full body, bright finish. Walnut undertone. Drink now."J.S.

Wine Enthusiast 90
“Delicious in its simplicity, this is a vin de soif. Filled with raspberry and cherry flavors, with an inner energy sparked by juicy and bright acidity, this wine’s texture provides firm and well-defined tannins that make it an ideal partner for tuna tartare.”~P.T.

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Bodega NQNNQN is an absolute showcase property and the vanguard of the next generation of producers in Argentina. The winery is a technical marvel with complete modern technology available to the winemaking team. The winery itself, is buried into the earth (ala opus one) to best maintain the humidity and the temperature necessary for making world class wines. Owners Luis Maria Focaccia and Lucas Nemesio have rolled the dice as pioneers in the rapidly growing wine region of Patagonia. Over Ten Million Dollars have been invested in this property, which is an unheard of sum for an Argentine winery start-up. An empty river valley just a few short years ago, the San Patricio del Chanar Valley was identified as an ideal locale with the combination of soil, available water, which is always a challenge in this desert with almost no annual rainfall, and climate. Several intrepid entrepreneurs began to develop this site as an eventual rival to Mendoza producing world class wines in Argentina. The vineyards of NQN are laid out in a block system with each block varying slightly. Different clones, rootstocks and the vine spacings allow a great deal of complexity in the final blends. A very high percentage of the wines at NQN see time in oak. The complexity and concentration of our wines are quite impressive. The future shines brightly for NQN.

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Renita

Very Good

"The first time I have tried Australian Pinot Noir - it is very good - very light - a little sweeter than I am use to, but all in all, I would purchase it again."

Mark

Light. Clean. Refreshing

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