It is a fresh and well-structured wine, with clear hints of citrus and ripe southern fruits. Rich in aromas of apples and citrus, with subtle notes of mango and papi. Refreshing in the mouth, perfect for hot days. It goes well with fish, poultry, white meats in sauces, and goat and sheep cheeses.
It is best to serve chilled to a temperature of 8-10 ° C.
Mendoza, one of Argentina's most important viticulture and wine-producing regions, supplies four out of every five bottles of the country's wine. Despite such a large production, it is in this region that the most important, best-known and highest quality Argentinean wines are produced. One of the highest vineyards in this country are those in the Uco Valley - the southern part of Mendoza - located at an altitude of 1050 to 1700 m above sea level.