You wouldn't think that one of the most celebrated wines from Mendel would be white. With Argentina's dominance in Malbec (followed by Cabernet Sauvignon), one could think that this Semillon would be a simple, easy to drink white wine. But not so; these grapes come from 70 year-old vines, from a vineyard 1100 meters above sea level. The resulting wine is incredibly complex, with 85% fermented in stainless steel and only 15% fermented in oak. This is very floral, with orchard fruits and honey on the palate.
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