Good Torrontes is becoming my favorite white, and this one is excellent. It's drier than New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, but has more flavor than Alberino (or Pinot Grigio). My friends love this.
The label on this bottle in the picture is not of the Dona Paula Estate. What does the actual label look like? What year is the vintage you are selling?
Wine Maker Notes
This Torrontés comes from the foothills of the Andes Mountains, in the north of Argentina, at 1,700 meters (almost 5,600 ft) above sea level. The soil is sandy and rocky. The climate typically presents hot days and cold nights, with a considerable temperature variation. Drip irrigation and espalier trellis system are used. Harvest takes place in three different moments: in February to obtain good acidity and freshness, in March in an attempt to get floral notes, and in April so as to obtain tropical fruits aromas. At Doña Paula, our vineyards have always been managed using sustainable agriculture practices.