Bodega Malma ‘ID Wild South’ Patagonia Pinot Noir 2020


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The Taste

Subtle cherry red in colour, with vibrant aromas of strawberries and cherries on the nose. Fruity on the palate with some notes of vanilla and spice.

The Corky Verdict

Amy- Absolutely gorgeous. Pure fruit on the nose and on the palate, which is balanced by grippy tannin. Hard to believe this isn’t French.

Sam- Really well made Pinot Noir, with minimal intervention. The terroir and the fruit are displayed beautifully, with strawberry and black fruits and a definite mineral like quality in the finish. Superb.


The Facts

  • Red
  • Pairs with: Red MeatPastaCheese
  • Year: 2020
  • Category: Medium Bodied
  • Location: Patagonia, Argentina
  • Type: Pinot Noir
  • Percentage: 13% ABV
  • Fermentation: 14 days, traditional, temperature controlled between 26-28 degrees. 20% of the wine is aged in French oak barrels for 9 months.

The Producer

Bodega Malma was born as part of a new wine making project development in San Patricio del Chañar, Province of Neuquén. This is a region that comes out of the winemaking map and stands out for its high quality wines. Bodega Malma launched its wines into the market in 2004 and since that time it has been exporting its products to the world.

Bodega Malma is owned by the Viola family, pioneers of the whole sub region of San Patricio del Chañar, and passionate about Patagonia and its terroirs. Together with consulting Enologist Hans Vinding-Diers, we have outlined a product portfolio and are researching on the potential of every micro terroir for different varieties.