When you think of Argentina what comes to mind? Tango? Gauchos and pampas? Cattle ranching? Malbec? Argentina is a country with a rising, no, shooting star. A country of unique features and contrasts it has the eighth largest land mass in the world (over 1 million square miles), some of
A 100% Torrontes from the Salta province, with some Mendoza Torrontes in the blend. Aromas of peach and white flowers, and on the palate, citrus and honeydew. Mouth-watering, refreshing acidity. A great food wine. Enjoy with shellfish, spicy dishes, and soft cheeses. Tremendous quality/price ratio. High marks by anyone’s rating
From Rama Caida, San Rafael in Mendoza this 100% Torrontes grows at 2,200’ and is twice sorted after hand picking. Cold fermented in stainless steel. A zippy, tropical fruit and apple palate to match the orange blossom and spice aromas. Refreshing acidity. Well balanced. 12.5% abv.
From the Famatina Valley in La Rioja in the Mendoza province this full-bodied wine has a satiny mouth feel, showing softer acidity from slight aging, but not flabby. Great floral nose balanced by the tropical fruity palate. Grown at the lower altitude of approximately 1,900’ in more fertile, well-irrigated soil
The 100% Torrontes is from the Cafayate Valley in the Salta province. It has that characteristic orange muscat aroma similar to a Gewurztraminer or Viognier, with a white pepper spice on the nose and palate. Orange, lime, and grapefruit flavors. 13.9% abv. Grown using sustainable farming practices and hand harvested,
This 100% Torrontes, from vineyards in Cafayate in the Salta province has intense floral aromas, similar to an Alsatian Gewurztraminer. It has a fuller mouth feel, with tropical fruits on the palate along with peach, and some minerality and spice notes. Lightly pressed and racked right from the press before
Grown in Cafayate in the Salta province the extraordinary altitude and thermal exchange work together to concentrate the aromas of this native Argentinian wine. Slightly golden in color, more floral than fruity on the nose, citrus on the palate, this wine is grown in the old world style of the
From Cafayate in the Salta province this wine is grown at some of the highest elevations in the world (5,600’ above sea level). 100% Torrontes, light yellow coloring tinged with green reflections, this wine exhibits great balance between the floral and fruity aromas, and matches the flavors on the palate