Nico - Histoire D&

Nico - Histoire D'A - Pinot Noir

93 points - The Wine Advocate

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I still noticed the influence from the élevage in the 2020 Histoire d’A Pinot Noir. The wine comes from a warmer year and is riper and has slightly higher but still moderate alcohol at 13.5%. Pinot Noir is quite sensitive to heat and shows quite differently in cooler and warmer years. The palate also shows abundant, grainy-textured tannins that give it a faint rusticity. 5,160 bottles produced. It was bottled in December 2021.
Type:
Red
Country:
Argentina
Region:
Mendoza
Producer:
Nico
Grapes/Blend:
Pinot Noir

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