Torrontes is the white wine from Argentina. The one thing you need to know about Torrontes is that the flavor of the wine changes with the altitude at which it is grown. Torrontes grown is high elevations in the mountains tends to be citrus based and acidic, while they Torrontes grown closer to the valley is more fruit forward, more peach flavors and less acidity. The LoTengo Torrontes is 100% Torrontes grapes and is sourced from estate vineyards in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza, Argentina. The wine is aged in stainless steel tanks and the alcohol content is 13%.
The color is very light golden yellow with green highlights. A pretty floral nose along with citrus and tropical fruit. It tastes of fresh rounded white peach and tangerine that transitions into lemon/lime. Nice balanced acidity and and decent lime/lime Sierra Mist-like finish.
A very tasty food wine, would pair with seafood dishes and spicy asian food. while being refreshing and flavorful enough to drink on the back patio. Top quality Torrontes almost always cost less than ten dollars, if you are not familiar with Torrontes wines you need to give these Argentinian wines a try.