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|Product:||Chardonnay - White Argentinean Wine|
|Product Category:||Beers, Wines & Spirits > White Wine > Argentinian|
- Wine of Mendoza, Argentina
- 2016 Gold Decanter Award winner
Trivento takes its name from three winds: Polar, Zonda and Sudestada. The God of the Winds, Eolo, capriciously summons the winds that make Mendoza such a distinctive winegrowing region.
A brilliant gold tinged with green whose expressive mix of apple and banana aromas are touched off with pleasant vanilla notes from the 3 months aged in French oak. Silky yet fresh sensations of Trivento Reserve Chardonnay make way for a delicate finish.
- Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
- Country of Origin: Argentina
- Origin Free Text
- Recycling Info: Glass - Widely Recycled Bottle
- Pack Type: Bottle
Min Temp °C: 12
Max Temp °C: 14
Trivento y Bodegas S.A,
No Exp B-88365.
6 Ashurst Court,
|Tasting Notes||Aromas: Ripe tropical fruit with soft asparagus notes. Balanced with coconut and white chocolate notes. On the Palate: Mineral acidity and freshness. Fresh in the mouth with good concentration.|
|Storage Instructions||This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 2 years|
|Country of Origin||Argentina|
|Winemaker||German Di Cesare|
|Vinification Details||Hand picked in small cases during the second week of February. Grapes were destemmed and crushed. 100% cold skin contact before fermentation. Fermented for 20 days at 14-16 °C, and kept there for 6 months. 30% of the must is fermented in French oak barrels. The other 70% of the must is fermented in stainless steel tanks|
|History||Founded in 1996, Trivento produces brand-name wines under their own label. The company has created a portfolio of wines distinguished for preserving the character of the Mendozan terroir. These wines have received numerous recognitions at international contests and in wine industry publications. Trivento has become the most diversely distributed Argentine wine brand in the world positioning the positioning the company among the preeminent Argentine exporters|
|Regional Information||The Mendoza Province is one of Argentina's most important wine regions, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country's entire wine production. Located in the eastern foothills of the Andes, in the shadow of Mount Aconcagua, vineyards are planted at the some of the highest altitudes in the world. The principal wine producing areas fall into two main departments-Maipú and Luján which includes Argentina's first delineated appellation established in 1993 in Luján de Cuyo|
9.4 UK Units per bottle
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Men 3-4 units a day
Women 2-3 units a day
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