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Slight ruby in colour with fruity aromas of plums and cherries. Smooth and light, this Pinot Noir offers freshness with a velvety texture. The best expression of the varietals tipicity. Fresh wines, concentrated with intense fruit presence. The largest varietal proposal of Argentina.
Ideal to accompany pasta, rice and white meats. This wine comes from an awarded winery in South America.
Trapiche is the winner of "Argentina Wine Producer of the Year" (twice) plus a regular member of "Value Brands of the Year" by Wines & Spirits Magazine.
You may return most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. We'll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.).
You should expect to receive your refund within four weeks of giving your package to the return shipper, however, in many cases you will receive a refund more quickly. This time period includes the transit time for us to receive your return from the shipper (5 to 10 business days), the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days), and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days).
If you need to return an item, simply login to your account, view the order using the 'Complete Orders' link under the My Account menu and click the Return Item(s) button. We'll notify you via e-mail of your refund once we've received and processed the returned item.
Trapiche Wines, located at the foothills of the Andes Mountains in Mendoza, Argentina, has a long and successful history since its founding in 1883. Being one of the oldest wine brands in Argentina, they are now the largest exported premium wine in the country.
Trapiche is a hugely positive force that drives the national wine industry and economy. Trapiche Wines owns and operates numerous vineyards throughout Argentina that encompass nearly 2,500 acres. They also source grapes from over 200 independent producers, making them a vital part of the agricultural industry.
Originally a French grape, Malbec really took hold of Argentina and now the Malbec is often considered a South American grape. The terroir and soil are ideal for growing Malbec. However, they produce a large variety of other wines that are well-deserving of your attention as well.