Bodega Santa Julia was one of the pioneer wineries in planting Viognier in the province of Mendoza. This variety is characteristic of the Rhone Valley, France and was introduced in Argentina in 1993. It is characterized by being remarkably aromatic, and the flowers are its main descriptor, resulting in a wine with a good balance of acidity and freshness.
It hits the eyes with lemon-green reflections. Seductive, with floral and fruity fragrances, highlighting the notes of jasmine and white peach. Fresh, with a unique varietal character, it blends perfectly with its mineral notes. So intense in its floral and fruity expression that its slight oak aging is barely perceptible, thus achieving a perfect...
Its color is yellow with golden hues. The nose is an explosion of fruits that denote the white peach as a typical descriptor of Viognier accompanied by apricot, pears in syrup and flowers such as jasmine. In the mouth it is fresh, with good acidity and volume that recall everything perceived on the nose. A persistent and pleasant finish, very agile and...
Finca La Escarcha
We are in front of a white aged for just under a year in oak barrels (French), which gives it body and structure, without taking away from its typicality. The same shows pear and white peach, in addition to a marked acidity. A fresh wine that lingers on the palate.
Its silky and unctuous structure, already in the attack gives way to an explosion of flavors of white-flowered fruits, the minerality of the soil, notes of apricot and even fresh almonds. The set is elegant, complex and very seductive, with a strong identity.