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Miras Jovem Pinot Salvaje 2016

This so-named Pinot "Salvaje" is not a newly discovered variety, but rather a white wine made from primarily Pinot Noir grapes, along with a small portion of Sauvignon Blanc. The result is a very unique and boundary-pushing wine that took Argentina by storm last year, with its first vintage selling out within a week.

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Rating: 88Tim Atkin MW: 2017 Argentina Special Report

Grape Variety: Primarily Pinot Noir, along with a small portion of Sauvignon Blanc.

Origin: General Roca, Río Negro, Patagonia, Argentina.

Aging: Not aged in oak. Aged in the bottle at the winery for a minimum of 2 months before shipment to market.

Alcohol: 10%.

Tasting Notes: It has a peachy, light-orange colour. On the nose, it has fresh fruity aromas that deepen into a peach pit aroma as the wine breathes. In the mouth it has peach pit flavours and is quite acidic.

Food Pairing: Its tense, almost sharp, and ultimately refreshing style is ideal as an aperitif or to accompany salty snacks.

Serving Temperature: 8-9°C. Chill for 1.5 to 2 hours in the fridge.

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