Inspired by our resent travel to Argentina, our wine of the week is a brilliant bottle of high altitude Chardonnay. The best vineyards in Argentina are situated as high as coffee plantations. With the best peaking at 1500 meters up in the Andes.
Grapes for this bottle are hand harvested and fermented in oak barrels. Winemaker Alejandro Vigil then decided on used barrels for the 10-12 month ripening process. This leaves a very smooth, juicy and very tasty wine, at a very reasonable price.
Things are happening in Argentina. Get in while you can :)