Dazzlingly floral nose, the palate has a tingling acidity, great balance, and a tantalisingly moreish finish.
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Torrontes is the name of the grape used to make this wine. This is a crisp and refreshing wine with great floral aromas as well as aromas of citrus fruit. It has lots of peachy and apply fruit flavours. Dazzlingly floral nose, the palate has a tingling acidity, great balance, and a tantalisingly moreish finish. Torrontes has a unique expression in Argentina and has often been called the countries signature white varietal. The philosophy behind the Alamos range is to make flavourful, drinkable wines that preserve each varietals distinctive aroma, flavour and texture. Grapes for Alamos wines are sourced from mountain vineyard sites in the premier regions of Lujan de Cuyo and Valle de Uco at elevations of 3000 to 5000 feet. The altitude means more intense sunlight which enhances the aromatics of Malbec and creates thicker skins, leading to richer, more intense wines. Half of the grapes come from young vines in the Catena family estate vineyards and the other half are purchased from growers who are closely managed by Alamos’ vineyards managers. Food Recommendations:- Aperitif, White Fish eg Cod, Pollack, Dover Sole,Salmon or Trout