Bodegas y Viñedos Patagonia Valley
Organic and biodynamic
Winemakers: Augusto Ripoll and Guy Zarate
A glassful of deep purple. It’s yeasty toasty so let this youngster breathe. Give it some time and a hint of vanilla pops up but runs away. Deep really tart cherry, orange peel, cola, smidge of tobacco, and earthy pepper appear. First sip is alive and young in a good way. Tangy cherry that has my lips vibrating, and some pomegranate too. Flowers are hanging out but definitely cedar and some funky slightly bubble feeling that is just on the tongue. There’s still some seriously natural rustic hayness. This little guy should be finished off in the first day or two to keep it’s full essence.
Pairs with Cheez-It’s: there’s still the crazy tingle feeling, but the cherry darkens
The tingling is reminding me of a lip plumper from the past. Maybe a glass of this can be the new beauty trick.
If you want a good read on Malbec, “The Vineyard at the End of the World: Maverick Winemakers and the Rebirth of Malbec” (by Ian Mount) is a great recounting of the history and dramas that played out over the years.
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