This wine hails from the very south of Argentina. A low-alcohol (12.8%), 100% organic pinot noir, it is a classic but surprisingly light-bodied and versatile pinot, with a deft interplay of fresh and dried fruits, gentle florals, citrus peel, and a little milk chocolate. The finish is clean, with just a touch bacon that adds nuance to an otherwise straightforward but intensely enjoyable wine. I’m not embarrassed to say we drank a full bottle of Barda in 90 minutes. No regrets.
A / $30 / kobrandwineandspirits.com
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