Nose

Enticing aromas of lemon crème, baking spices and mineral long finished.

Palate

The aromas carry through to the palate, and are joined by hints of white peach flavors and, spiced baked pear, a stony/mineral flavor

Growing Conditions

The G LOT, planted in 1992, was the first extreme high altitude Chardonnay planted in Mendoza (5000 feet elevation). Rocky soils with dense calcareous sediments. Mineral aromatics and optimal acidity.

Winemaking

Fermented at very low temperatures. 60% malolactic Fermentation.

Aging

85% is aged in 25% new oak and 65% 2nd use french oak barrels.

Appearance

Beautiful pale-gold color

Food Pairing

Pairs well with most fish, crab, chicken, and even many pork preparations. ñParticularly recommended with dishes using sautéed wild mushrooms or butter sauces.