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Argentina, Lujan De Cuyo, Mendoza

Carmelo Patti

Carmelo Patti Malbec 2013

Carmelo Patti Malbec 2013 92 pts Wine Advocate

Awards, Reviews and other Notes

92 pts wine Advocate Issue #220 Aug 2015
The 2013 Malbec is also from Perdriel in Luján de Cuyo. Everything here ferments with indigenous yeasts and the wines mature in well-seasoned oak barrels. A traditional, old-style winemaker who is a keeper of the traditions. As he's now selling younger wines like this one, the nose is quite fresh with grapy aromas and notes of red currants that are quite bright and fruit-driven. The palate is medium-bodied and has good acidity that provides liveliness and a tasty finish. A naked, noteworthy Malbec. 12,000 bottles

Winemaker Notes

Carmelo Patti's bottling is a refreshing change of pace from most of its Mendoza peers. Arguably the best example of "traditional style" Malbec one can find in Argentina.
Brick red in color. Rustic nose, with tremendous depth - resinous strawberries, tilled soil, and bing cherries. On the palate, the wine opens even more, with more berry flavors and hints of mint and caramel. Finishes soft, with supple tannins.

Chemical Analysis




14% alcohol by volume




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