Inspired by ancestral methods, the orange character is given by its oxidative elaboration process and its subsequent aging in a french oak barrel. The orange character is caused by the contact of the wine with the skins of the grapes.
A blend that complements well in mouth and nose, resembling a fresh white wine with floral aromas, nice acidity and elegance.
VARIETAL BREAK DOWN: 80% Torronés, 10% Chardonnay, 10% Sauvignon Blanc.
REGION: IG Los Chacayes, Tunuyán, Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina.
ALTITUDE: 1,280 m.a.s.l.
SOIL: Stony soils, with presence of calcium carbonate.
YIELD: 10,000 kgs/ha.
HARVEST: Early March – Manual harvest in 18kg boxes.
FERMENTATION: Grapes fermented separately in concrete pools and stainless steel tanks in the presence of pomace or skins at temperaturas of around 20 to 25°C. Post-fermentation maceration for a period of 2 months until its discovery.
AGING: Stainless steel tank and concrete pools.
BOTTLING: October 2022.
PRODUCTION: 4,800 bottles.
WINEMAKER: Gustavo Bauzá.
WINE CONSULTANT: Alberto Antonini (Toscana, Italia).
|| ALCOHOL: 13 % vol.
|| TOTAL ACIDITY: 5.5 g/l.
|| PH: 3.5.
|| RESIDUAL SUGAR: 1.2 g/l.
|| TASTING NOTES:
Sight, with pale yellow-orange tones. Nose, complex, with aromas of citrus coming from the skins of the Sauvignon Blanc, ripe pears from the Chardonnay and flowers provided by the Torrontés. Mouth, with notorious acidity that makes it feel fresh, fruity and with a bitter finish characteristic of the production method.