“TASTING NOTES:View: delicate straw yellow.Nose: Aroma of ripe tropical fruits and hazelnuts.Mouth: fresh, round and balanced, persistent fruitiness.APPELLATION: MendozaVINEYARD: Silver La Bodega is the largest in the region of Mendoza in Argentina cellar. In the sub-region Tupungato, situated on the slopes of the Andean chain, high altitude, growing Chardonnay grapes with which the product is Argento Chardonnay 2017. The climate is desert, and irrigation is done with water from melting snow fields in the mountains. The vineyards stretch for 28 hectares, all organically grown, but the perspective is to carry out 35 hectares entire surface of vineyard.GRAPES: 100% ChardonnayAGEING: For wine begins a time of maturation in oak barrels, culminating in the bottling and finally with the placing on the market.PREPARATION: After harvesting the grapes are brought into the winery business in Cruz de Piedra, Maipú, processed under the supervision of Winemaker Silvia Corti, which controls all aspects of winemaking. Slight compression allows juicing, which begins to ferment in steel containers at a controlledTEMPERATUR:e, about selected lees.PAIRING: A good accompaniment with fish dishes, fresh cheeses and poultry, rice and pasta.RECOMMENDED SERVINGTEMPERATUR:E: 8-10 ° CALCOHOL 13%”
“I love to share this wine with friends.
It had a dark yellow colour. Argento Chardonnay recalls white fruit. A very powerful white.
You should try a combination of this 2015 with rice or dishes with tomatoe sauce.”
“Argento Chardonnay Argentina Mendoza 2013 White 75Cl Bottle; An exceptional lightly oaked Chardonnay which offers aromas of ripe citrus and tropical fruits. Concentrated grapefruit apple and pear fruit flavours are complimented with subtle minerality leading into a fresh crisp finish.”
“Argento Chardonnay Argentina Mendoza 2012 White 75Cl Bottle; An exceptional lightly oaked Chardonnay which offers aromas of ripe citrus and tropical fruits. Concentrated grapefruit apple and pear fruit flavours are complimented with subtle minerality leading into a fresh crisp finish.”
“We consumed it with paste à la marinière. I drank this with my partner.
For the color that a Argentina usually has, I thought it had an intense yellow tone. The aromas of white flowers dominate. It seemed a bit salty, it reminded me the sea.”