Susana is known as the “Queen of Torrontés” for her role in transforming Torrontés from an unknown blending grape into Argentina’s star white varietal. And she does it at 1700 m above sea level.
A grape indigenous to Argentina, it produces wine that is crisp, refreshing and aromatic. This is one of our favourite white wines (along with Grillo from Sicily). Lively acidity, a hint of creaminess and a long, mineral finish add depth and balance to the palate.
It goes great with smoked meets and medium cheeses.
They also do a Rose Malbec that I would like to try.
Crios Torrontes 2019