Finca el Origen Reserva Torrontés 2011

Technical data

Wine type:
White

Grape variety:
Vintage: 2011
Winemaker:
- Bertelsen, Gonzalo

Tasting notes

Sight: Pale yellow color with greenish hues.

Nose: Its complex aromatic expression makes it an intense and attractive wine. In the nose, there is a balance between floral and fruity aromas, standing out white flower petals, orange peel and pineapple.

Mouth: On the palate, fresh and fruity entrance reminds of fruit such as banana and pineapple with a delicate acidity achieving an optimal balance.


Winemaking

Winery aging: 7 months
Bottle aging: 7 months

Analysis

Alcohol: 14%
Total acidity: 5.7 g/l


Serving suggestions

Service temperature: 54°F
Pairings: Excellent as aperitif or to match starters, salads, cold meats, seafood, Chinese food, spicy and Thai food and empanadas (meat pies) from Salta.

Comercial contact

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Bertelsen, Gonzalo

About the winemaker

Personal information

Name: Bertelsen, Gonzalo
Age: 45
Education: gonzalo-bertelsen@estudios
Studies abroad: gonzalo-bertelsen@cargo

Vision of the Argentinian wine industry: gonzalo-bertelsen@vision

Wine story

To produce this Torrontes Reserve, Finca el Origen has exceptional vineyards in the Cayafate Valley, Salta, where the soils are adequate for the development of a healthy vine: profound, without impedances and chemically optimum. The climate is arid, with extreme temperatures, fresh mornings and evenings, hot afternoons and nights. This helps the concentration of aromas and flavors that make this wine representative of its area.

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Calification

Wine Spectator (2011) 87