Patagonia is a mythical land. Full of charm and mystery, this vast land is home to Argentina’s southernmost wine growing region. Since the end of 19th century, the Upper Valley of Rio Negro has been an agricultural oasis, producing some amazing varieties of wine.
The geography allows for growing cold climate varieties, such as Pinot Noir, Merlot, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. Patagonian also produces Malbecs that are complex and rich.
Malbec Symphony invites wine lovers to discover Patagonian Wines and the unexplored beauty of these vineyards. A wine tour to Patagonia may include wineries that range from very traditional, like
Humberto Canale, to the most modern;
Del Fin del Mundo and
NQN. As well as
Chacra, a winery known for producing the best Pinot Noir in Argentina.
For those taking a Patagonia wine tour, we recommend a stay in Valle Perdido (Neuquén Province, Patagonia)
Set among vineyards and merged with the winery in an innovative accommodation concept, Valle Perdido Wine Resort combines the spirit of Patagonia with the mysticism of wine.
Valle Perdido Wine Resort, member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and the first 5 star luxury hotel in the province of Neuquén, invites you to experience life at a winery, participating in all of its activities: harvest, winemaking and tasting. There are 16 luxury rooms and 2 suites with exceptional views of the vineyards. This hotel offers five-star international cuisine in the private restaurant, a wide variety of wines to enjoy while admiring the view in the Wine + Tapas Bar, and a Wine Spa with advanced wine-therapy treatments.