Patagonia, Argentina

Alto Limay

Select Pinot Noir 2017

$56 at seasons 52 so you're thinking should be good. Lived up to the hype, big fan, good kick with solid classy flavor. Couldn't pin point a standout flavor all I know is I like a lot. — 14 days ago

Trapiche

Malbec 2017

Great wine with spicy dishes and pasta. Smooth and great for daily drinking. — 4 days ago

Bodega Chacra

Patagonia Chardonnay 2017

The Roulot is strong with this one — 12 days ago

Ira liked this

Cervecería y Maltería Quilmes

Patagonia Bohemian Pilsener

Very nice, velvet across you're tongue — 25 days ago

Bodega Catena Zapata

The Immigrant Malbec 2015

Deep purple. Dark fruit and anise. Very polished. 💯 % Malbec. — 4 days ago

David, Ron and 1 other liked this

Bodega Chacra

Barda Patagonia Pinot Noir

Needed a day — a month ago

Shay liked this

Manos Negras

Neuquén Pinot Noir

Very mild flavour. No tannis or oak. Easy drinking. — 15 hours ago

Bodega Chacra

Lunita Patagonia Pinot Noir 2015

A real find from Argentina, fermented 50% in cement, aged for 12 months in used French oak. Light red with purple edges, aromas of fresh red berry fruits and notes of floral spice. On the palate cherry with a touch of raspberry flavors adding in fresh spices, soft integrated tannins giving a great balance. Lingering finish ending with fruit and mineral character. Nice delicate Pinot! — a month ago

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Locations Wine

AR Malbec Blend

Dark ruby in color with a cloudy brick rim.

Fruity nose of blackberries, blueberries, cooked cherries, oak, vanilla, licorice, spices, tobacco, chocolates, vinaigrette, mocha, coffee and black pepper.

Full bodied, rich and smooth, with medium acidity and long legs.

Dry and fruity on the palate with blackberries, black currants, sweet cherries, raisins, vanilla, cedar, licorice, cloves, coffee, chocolates, tobacco, peppercorn and vinaigrette.

Medium finish with soft tannins and spices.

This Argentinian Red Blend from the house of Dave Phinney is always enjoyable. Nicely balanced with nice complexity and a great mouthfeel.

This non vintage is probably on the way out now, but still very enjoyable. I kept it for 3 years to see how it evolves, and now I know it's better fresh. It started dying after an hour of airtime.

Good right out of the bottle and good for parties.

I paired it with a charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.

A blend of Malbec with some Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Aged for 10 months in oak barrels.

14% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

$20.
— 5 days ago

Trixie, Ron and 14 others liked this