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Cafayate (Provincia Salta)

Limpid straw-yellow.  Nose has strong pear and lychee notes that carry on to the palate. The palate is dry and savoury. Wine flavour and aroma persist in the glass and are constant across the bottle.

Tasted 9 April 1012
750 ml 14% alc v/v

92$ at Winery, Av Belgrano, Buenos Aires


Valle de Cafayate (Provincia Salta)

Limpid bright deep straw. Clean and concentrated nose of quince and pineapple, with similar on palate. Not botrytised. The dominant line of the palate is its sweetness, which nevertheless finishes well on account of adequate acid.

A very pleasing, clean and well made dessert wine. Good value for money.

Tasted 12 April 2012
500ml 11.5% alc v/v

$76 at Tonelo Privado, Buenos Aires



Blend of Tocai Friulano, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Torrontés. 5 months in French oak. Gold colour. Excellent full-flavoured dry white wine with complex savoury and fruity characters.
Purchased/tasted in Argentina, August 2009
750ml 13% alc v/v

60$ (AU$20 !!!)


Mid-gold colour.  Tropical and floral nose, raisiny with orange notes.  Not a long palate.  Delicate flavours with succulent sugar balanced nicely with the acid in the wine.
Purchased/tasted in Argentina, August 2009
500ml  12% alc v/v

28$ (a great achievement at less than AU$10)


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