Torrontés has a unique expression in Argentina and has often been called the country’s signature white varietal. Alamos Torrontés 2015 captures all of the explosive aromatic character of this Argentine grape, with lively notes of citrus and peach fruit interwoven with delicate layers of jasmine blossom and fresh herbs. Light and fresh on the palate, it finishes long and lingering with fresh, balanced acidity.
This wine is remarkable from start to finish, beginning with an aromatic and complex nose of pear, apricot, almond and lemon cream. Subtle hints of white flowers and warm, smoky notes follow. The palate is full and concentrated, with citrus, honey, vanilla, nutmeg and toast.
The high-altitude and cool climate of the vineyards gives this wine a crisp, elegant style. Apple, melon and nutty peach fruit with a soft, creamy texture - all wrapped up in some tightly wound citrusy acidity.
Flavours reminiscent of crème brulee and candied citrus peel with a background of toasty oak. The palate is rich with a viscous creamy texture. A balanced wine expressing intensity and layered complexity promising further evolution over time.
Vibrant perfumes and aromas of lime, orange blossom and honeysuckle. The palate is richly fruited and reveals a balance of expansive fruit, texture and sophisticated elegance. Flavours of nashi pear, stone fruit and dried figs with notes of hazelnut and creamy vanilla bean. The wine stays true to its purity with a beautifully focused mineral structure.
An award winning wine at Decanter 2010. This sauvignon blanc has a pale lemon hue with refreshing citrus, stone fruit and grassy aromas on the nose and a mouthwatering peach, lemon and goosberry flavour in the mouth.
A great Chardonnay from this family owned Bodega.Made from 100% Chardonnay, this wine shows a bright and youthful straw yellow colour. On the nose, lovely pear and peach aromas with toasted notes from the American Oak. Full bodied and creamy on the palate, with touches of mineral and hints of soft oak.