Clean, light, tropical aromas draw you in, and there’s also some tangerine and melon on the nose. The palate is fresh and pure, with honeydew, kiwi and lychee flavors. There’s no excess here, and thus the dry, melony finish is just right. A correct and appealing Torrontés.
Earth and rubber notes on the bouquet give way to black fruit and black olive aromas. It feels fresh, with a good acid level and a solid body supporting flavors of wild berry, plum and spice. The finish is toasty, with a fair amount of oak and bacon flavors.
Solid, basic Malbec with plenty of fruit and power. The palate is plump, mildly oaked and tastes of honest plum and blackberry. It’s ripe and round, with medium tannins and then spice, licorice and black fruit on the tail. A very good wine with no skipped beats.
Competent from the start, with well-formed fruity aromas of raspberry and plum. There’s even some leather and dried cheese to the nose. In the mouth, it’s all about earthy, intense berry fruit and juicy freshness. Finishes a little tart but lively, with good form and feel.
Light, clean aromas of melon and vanilla are pleasant and don’t overpower. The palate is lucid and medium in weight, with green melon and ripe apple flavors. Lime and green apple carry the finish. Works well; drink immediately.
Powdery, tropical aromas are light and fresh. And that pretty much describes the wine. In the mouth, it’s bouncy, with citrus flavors, tropicality and a hint of nutmeg. The finish is true to the grape, with nice feel and clarity.
Smooth and lifted, with bold berry aromas backed by strong lemony oak. Plum and boysenberry form a solid foundation, and off that you get texture and chocolate. Tight, tannic and with far more good qualities than bad. Imported by Paterno Wines International.
Chunky, big and forward, with some fiery horseradish and spent campfire on the nose. Blackberry, wild raspberry and leather work the demanding, starchy palate, and the finish is short and generally clean and healthy.