Torrontes is the most distinctive of all Argentine wines. Being the only country to produce it; is considered a trully indigenous Argentine variety. Torrontés has turned into the symbolic white grape of Argentina, its unquestionable representative in the international market.

This wine was born in an old vineyard at 5,445 feet / 1.650 meters  a.s.l. located in Cafayate,  in the middle of the astonishing Calchaqui Valleys, the best and most famous Andean valley  for Torrontes.

Clean, bright, straw yellow with steely highlights.

Great varietal tipicity, with a flowery nose, primary orange blossom and jasmine with a background of mint, pear and rue.

Intense and fresh in the mouth, with balanced acidity and maximum fruitiness. Excellent for spicy foods and sushi.

Wine Maker: Rodolfo Vallebella – Eno Rolland enologist.
Fermenting temperature: Between 14 a 16°C .
No Malolactic fermentation.

Alcohol: 13.3 %
Total Acidity: 5,4 gr/lt
PH: 3,77
Residual Sugar: 0,90 gr/l G+F
Anual Production: 12,357 bottles