Decanter 91 - Founded in 1831, Argentina's oldest winery is owner of the highest vines in the world at 3,111m above sea level. This is made from grapes grown at 1,700m, giving fresh aromas and bright floral notes mixed with citrus and spice. An absolute cracker – refreshing and vibrant, which makes it ideal as an aperitif or with Asian food.
Awards The TEXSOM International Wine Awards, 2017: Silver
Torrontes is the signature white wine of Argentina, dating from early vineyards first planted in the 1800s. DNA research has shown that the varietal is a cross between the Mission grapes of Galicia, Spain, and Muscat of Alexandria. This popular expression of Argentina is growing in acclaim around the world, popular for a light, refreshing wine with Muscat notes redolent of jasmine and orange blossoms. Excellent as an aperitif, it also finds a welcome place with delicate first courses.
Lively and warm white wine, with surprising layers of fruit and floral flavor. Delicate aromas of rose petals and fresh citrus waft to the nose in an enchanting bouquet. On tasting, the wine is vibrant and flavorful, with a hint of exotic spice.