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Tabali PAI Pinot Noir (6 Bottle Case)
Tabali PAI Pinot Noir (6 Bottle Case)

Tabali PAI Pinot Noir (6 Bottle Case)

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Stunning Pinot from the Talinay Vineyard. Winemaker Felipe Müller planted the best, limestone rich slope with a field selection from Vosne Romanee and Gevrey Chambertin. This is the first vintage and has already been hailed as one of the best Pinot's from Chile.

Pai Pinot Noir comes from the Talinay vineyard and was produced with grapes from two massal selections from Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin. They were planted ungrafted and with a very high density of 12,500 plants per hectare on a steep slope (30%) inside the Talinay estate vineyard. It's a unique 1.15 hectares of vines that were planted in 2012, and the first commercial wine was produced in 2018. This site has some of highest concentration of calcium carbonate (limestone) in the Talinay vineyard. It’s fermented with 40% whole bunch, with native yeasts and then matured in used French oak barrels for 12 months.

Tabalí PAI Pinot Noir's nose is attractive with brooding cherry fruit, floral lift and an underlying stony minerality. The palate is taught with delicious red berry fruits, layered upon precise minerality and freshness. It’s a very long and clean wine with extremely fine, chalky tannins.

Please note that all case deals can take between 7-10 days for delivery.

Country: Chile
Region: Limari Valley
Grapes: Pinot Noir 100%
ABV: 12.5%
Volume: 6 x 75cl 
Vintage: 2018
Suitable for Vegetarians:  Yes
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Tabalí Pai Pinot Noir 2018: “Tabalí has always produced svelte Pinot Noir and the new Pai wine is next level. Fine pedigree masal selections from Vosne-Romanée and Gevrey-Chambertin (the first in Chile) were planted on a steep slope of fractured limestone in cool, coastal Limarí. The result is mouthwatering: fine-tuned chalky tannins with notes of gun flint, earth, tart red cherries and flowers. Brava!  97pts.” Decanter magazine, Amanda Barnes: My top 10 South American wines of 2021 (January 2022)