Humberto Canale is a pioneer of Patagonian terroir and founded his winery in the High Valley of the Rio Negro in 1909. This location is one of the world's most southerly wine growing regions and features large temperature shifts between days and nights. The grapes are hand-picked before undergoing malolactic fermentation. About 20% of this wine ages in French oak for 7 months, which results in an elegant and delicate representation of the terroir. Aromas of spice and candied fruit accompany hints of fresh red berries. More of the same on the palate, with light body, sweet tannins, followed by a satisfyingly long finish. Pair with juicy spare ribs, pastas, and rich fish dishes.