Sourced from 30 year-old vines in Cafayate (Spanish for “kick-ass Torrontes grows here”), this bright straw-yellow white from Argentina smells like Viognier – lots of flowers, oranges and honey. Or like that orange blossom honey your girlfriend gets at the farmer’s market.
But don’t let the nose fool you – it’s still floral and fruity – but dry! There’s also plenty of body and acidity to go around, and it has a nice long finish.
Drink it with smoked meats, mild to medium-strong cheeses, or crab legs.