Alamos Torrontes Wines Imported Other Imported Wines 2009
This Alamos wine comes from high-altitude vineyards in the Salta wine region of northwestern Argentina. The wine represents the highest levels in the art of blending, using grapes from many distinct microclimates. Alamos wines are blended to create flavorful, drinkable wines that preserve each variety`s distinctive flavors, aromas and textures. Torrontés is the unique, fragant white wine of Argentina, cultivated there since the day of the Conquistadors. Alamos Torrontés captures all of the aromatic characteristics of this Argentine grape, with lively notes of citrus and peach fruit interwoven with delicate layers of jasmine blossom and fresh herbs. The wine is light and fresh on the palate with excellent balance, finishing with bright, crisp acidity.
Clear green-straw hue, with pungent aromas of citrus, yellow pear and flowers; big flavor notes of lemon, orange rind and pear with some stone fruit character, layered with zesty herb and flowers, to a focused and long finish. This is one widely available, refreshing, good acid summer picnic wine!
Straw bright, rich aromas of spring flowers and rose hips with a kiss of passion fruit; flavor notes of melon rind, citrus, and kumquats driven by bright acidity. Bring on cerviche, por favor!
crisp, clear, citrus flavors, great summer deck wine, no food needed just friends.
Two and a half glasses
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<p>This light and fresh Argentinian white wine is made from 100% Torrontes grapes, which often is referred to as the country’s signature white varietal. This wine has lively aromas of citrus and peach with delicate layers of jasmine blossom and fresh herbs. </p>
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