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Floral and interesting stone fruit aromatics help to define Argentina's Torrontes grape, but really it’s the lightning streak combination of citrus and herbs across the palate that capture my attention; your new summer sipper with salads or on its own in the garden. Tasted April 2012.
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A very expressive wine, quite typical of torrontes. The nose is bursting with aromas of peach, tropical fruit, grapefruit, and the telltale floral notes. These flavours continue along with a slight herbal note to it. Medium body and acidity and quite soft in the mouth, it's got a quite long length on the finish. A truly beautiful wine to accompany a light summer meal or sipped on its own. A lovely example of why torrontes is very often a true steal of a deal. Tasted April 2012.