Torrontes is a wine of pleasing fruit intensity both in the nose and on the palate. Well-integrated scents of grapefruit, spice, orange blossom and apple are apparent. On the palate, one immediately enjoys the crisp, refreshing mouthfeel with flavors similar to the aromas and a clean, bright finish.
Valentin Bianchi's Torrontes grapes come from the Estate's Dona Elsa Vineyards, which is situated in Rama Caida, San Rafael, Mendoza, at around 760 meters above sea level. This is one of the coolest areas in San Rafael. Hand-picked and twice sorted by hand, the Torrontes grapes are crushed and fermented over ten days at controlled temperatures of 15 degrees Celsius in stainless steel tanks.
No bad. Not my favorite white. Light on fruit and flavor, but it gets the job done.