Bodega chacra PRESS
"His 2015s may be his best wines yet. Tasted from barrels, where they are still aging, they are fresh and energetic with crunchy fruit flavors and that characteristic savory quality."
Eric Asimov, The New York Times, "A Pinot Noir From Argentina That Stands Out in a Sea of Malbecs"
"Of course they make rosé in Argentina. The Mainqué comes from Bodega Chacra in Patagonia, an up-and-coming producer of superb pinot noirs."
Eric Asimov, The New York Times, "20 Wines for Under $20: The Spring Edition"
“This beautifully rustic, entirely biodynamic estate in Rio Negro is producing some of the purest wines in the world. The Merlot is structured, but defined by soft tannins and an almost meaty, sanguine quality — an absolute steal.”
Jordan Salcito, New York Times Magazine, "Autumnal Wine Pairings, From Momofuku’s Beverage Director"
"What drew me to Patagonia was a Pinot Noir from Rio Negro that I tasted blind in 2001. What keeps me there is the unique microclimate and terroir of the Rio Negro, which I believe are conducive to making wines of consequence."
Piero Incisa, WineSearcher.com, Q&A: Piero Incisa della Rocchetta of Bodega Chacra