Primogénito Wines #171

Argentina Añelo
Bodega Patritti was founded in 2003 and is located in San Patricio del Chañar, province of Neuquén in the Argentine Patagonia.Nominations 2023-2024/The Visiting Card of the Country/Progressive Approach/
Picada 1 Norte
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Harmony in Every Sip: Primogénito Wines' Sustainable Winemaking Legacy

Aligned with a steadfast commitment to sustainability, Primogénito Wines champions eco-conscious winemaking practices to minimize their ecological footprint. From employing organic farming techniques to spearheading water conservation initiatives, each decision is guided by a dedication to the environment’s long-term well-being. This focus on sustainability not only results in outstanding wines but also contributes to forging a more sustainable path for the entire industry.

The winemaking artisans at Primogénito approach their craft with meticulous precision and unwavering attention to detail. Every facet of the winemaking journey – from meticulously selecting grapes to overseeing fermentation and aging processes – undergoes rigorous monitoring to meet their stringent standards. By seamlessly blending traditional methods with contemporary innovations, Primogénito crafts wines that epitomize the timeless essence of winemaking while embracing the best of modern techniques.

Highlighted Selections

  • Patritti, Primogénito Malbec 2013 Neuquén presents a contemporary rendition of Argentina’s renowned Malbec. With captivating aromas of blackberry, plum, and tobacco, this wine delivers a silky texture and refined tannins.
  • Furthermore, the Primogénito Blend from Argentina, comprising Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, and Petit Verdot, offers a harmonious blend of complexity and depth, striking a perfect balance.

Primogénito Wines: Where Tradition Meets Innovation in a Symphony of Terroir-Driven Excellence

Primogénito Wines is a harmonious fusion of tradition and innovation, meticulously crafting extraordinary vintages that pay homage to the illustrious legacy of winemaking while pushing the boundaries of experimentation and creativity. Rooted in the Spanish region of Castilla y León, the inaugural vintage emerged under the name El Pujío. Subsequently, the Argentinian producer Patritti embraced the Primogénito moniker, broadening the portfolio to encompass distinctive South American expressions.

Central to Primogénito’s philosophy is the belief that exceptional wines emanate from a profound comprehension of terroir—the distinctive interplay of soil, climate, and geography that imparts a singular character to each vineyard. Through meticulous site selection, emphasizing terroir-driven qualities, Primogénito ensures that its wines authentically capture the essence of the land from which they originate.