Known for its outstanding landscapes and natural history, Patagonia is increasingly recognised for its extraordinary wines. A pure expression of Argentina’s flagship grape, this sumptuous Malbec shows vibrant red fruits with an elegant structure.
When Hermann Schroeder decided to build a winery in 2001, little did he expect to unearth the fossilised bones of a 75-million-year-old dinosaur, later named Panamericansaurus Schroederi after the family. Aside from dabbling in accidental palaeontology, the Schroeders also make a range of award-winning wines. Their brand ‘Saurus’ paid tribute to the amazing discovery, whereas ‘Bariloche’ is named after a modern treasure of Patagonia. The quaint town of Bariloche, a hot spot for winter sports, hosts the source of a number of meltwater rivers that feed into the valley where Schroeder’s vineyards lie. Made from handpicked Malbec grapes with a touch of oak, its bright cherry fruits come forth with a swirl of the glass. Ideal with grilled meats.
"Delicious juicy red fruit aromas with violet finesse. Patagonia is a prime spot for great Malbec"
Jehan Secaze Buyer for Argentina
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