Patti is a master winemaker, he learned his trade helping his father when he was still a teenager and worked in different wineries during the seventies, until in 1982 he received an invitation from Ernesto Pérez Cuesta to take charge of the production of his wines.
Some time later, he arrived in Lagarde at the hands of Ricardo González and began to plan what would be his greatest desire: his first batches of Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. His hands helped plant the fallows and stakes on a friend's farm (in Perdriel), from where his raw material now arrives and the magic begins.
Carmelo Patti has dedicated himself to making small batches of premium Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec in a very personal style. Throughout the different eras, Carmelo has maintained, above all, his unshakable conviction of respect for the consumer.
"The important thing is the harvest, when there is no good grape, the wine is not made."
Carmelo makes its wines in a totally natural way, with the minimum addition of sulphites. It mostly uses French oak for its elegance and finesse.