Come on down to Vamos for a night of delicious wine and food. This week we have a selection of South American Pinot Noir, accompanied by some delicious tapas from our kitchen.

Here is what we’ll be tasting:

Pinto Pinot Noir Argentina 2016
Patagonia, Argentina

Savoury, medium-bodied, fresh, juicy, light and lovely Pinot Noir from the region of Patagonia. There is a lot to love about this for its juicy simplicity. This is the most elusive grape. It is relatively early ripening and extremely sensitive to terroir.

Milaman Estate Reserve Pinot Noir 2015

Attractive nose, good complexity, red fruits like raspberries and cherries well accompanied by touches of spicy and floral tones. Well balanced acidity gives this wine juicy. Medium bodied, rounded and soft with a long and pleasant aftertaste. It is a wine to enjoy now but it will improve in the bottle. .

Low yield vines. Controlled deficit irrigation regime. Careful viticultural management searching for the proper ripeness of the tannins and avoiding green flavours. Low yields and good 15% of the blend aged in second use barrels during 4 months. 13.5% vol.

Carrau Pinot Noir Reserva 2011

Las Violetas, Uruguay

Red bright delicate colour. Intense red fruits like raspberries and delicate notes of spices, liquorice and white pepper. Well balanced French oak. Fresh and lively, structured on the palate, with very complex flavours and a long velvety aftertaste. Perfect for drinking on it’s own or ideal to serve with cold beef like Carpaccio, casseroles or pasta.

Handpicked and transported in small 15kg cases. Fermentation for 10 days at 20°-22°C in open stainless steel tanks. Pressed and finished with spontaneous malolactic in barrels. Aged for 6 months on lees in new French oak. 100% of the wine is aged in new French oak. 12.7% vol. Best Served: 16°-18°

Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir 2009
Etchevarría – Canelones, Uruguay

Presents a typical ruby red colour with an intense nose, showing vibrant cherry fruit with an excellent variety character. The ripe juicy palate displays sweet red fruits with spicy notes. Part of the malolactic fermentation takes place in the vat while another part is divided into first, second and third use French and American oak barrels. 12 months in new American and French oak barrels (30% of the wine without oak in order to keep the best expression of the variety).14.0% vol.

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Tickets are just $45 each. Get in quick as numbers are limited!

April 19 @ 18:30
6:30 pm

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