Yellow with low intensity, green touches, very intense aroma, rose and fresh grape's fruit are the most distinctive descriptors of this Torrontes. Has a very sweet entrance and aromatic in the mouth with a great balance.
Very pale yellow. Intriguing aromas of lemon, minerals, menthol and white pepper; reminded me a bit of gruner veltliner. Then tactile and supple but dry, with good density and an almost sauvignon-like tang to the flavors of minerals, ginger and flowers. Should make a very flexible wine at the dinner table. This is made from the more minerally Mendocino clone of torrontes, not the Salta clone.
The Goulart winery is a unique partnership between Erika Goulart, a Brazilian entrepreneur and Mauricio Parodi, one of the most knowledgeable and respected agronomists in Mendoza. Erika Goulart's late grandfather, Marshal Gastao Goulart, is famous in South America for leading the overthrow of the Brazilian government in 1932 Constitutional Revolution. Years after he passed away, Erika found among her grandfather's papers a lost title to prime vineyard property in Mendoza, which was planted... View More