Coastal Patagonia's only winery, Wapisa is just 25 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Their Finca Los Acantilados vineyard stands out for its limestone and clay soils and very little organic matter, producing wines with great acidity. This is complemented by outstanding thermal amplitude as maritime breezes push in from the sea, leading to balanced and dynamic reds with delicate varietal expression. Owned by Patricia Ortiz (Tapiz, Zolo & Black Cabra) the wines are made by Jean Claude Berrouet the recently-retired winemaker of Chateau Petrus, having presided over 44 vintages at this revered Bordeaux winery. Every wine they produce has gotten huge press from The Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast and James Suckling.