Tech + Tasting Notes
Treinta y Dos planted in 1932 and nearly dead and done when Piero Incisa della Rochetta landed in Patagonia in 2004. He reclaimed this never grafted unicorn with dedication and biodynamic farming. Piero showed us these wines in summer of 2015, and the combination of old vines and 50% whole cluster pressing forever changed what we thought were the limits of New World pinot noir. The 2012 is darker and more serious than the 2013 sister wine from Cinquenta y Cinco, side by side they dazzle.