Earth and leather aromas give it some personality, while violet, plum and blackberry form the base of the bouquet. The mouth is a touch rough and drying, but it houses both red and black fruit flavors along with chocolate. Lighter in weight than its Mendoza competition, but that’s Patagonia in a nutshell.
Simple aromas may lack vibrancy but aren’t offputting. And frankly speaking, it’s nice to smell soft berry fruit and not much else (namely burnt or buttery oak). The palate, meanwhile, is plump, bright and full of clean but basic boysenberry fruit. Finishes thin but sturdy.