2012 Andeluna Altitude Chardonnay

Region: Valle de Uco

Winery: Andeluna


Months in Oak

Type: White

 A chardonnay with just the right amount of oak!

Andeluna Altitude Chardonnay

Andeluna Altitude Chardonnay


Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape used to make white wine. The varietal originated in eastern France’s region of Burgundy, but today it has made a wonderful home for itself in Argentina as both a single varietal and a component of sparkling wines.

Flavor Profile:

Chardonnay grapes are neutral in flavor, and can be easily molded by influences of terroir and contact with oak. The varietal is vinified in many different styles, from the smooth, crispy wine with minerality to an oaked wine buttery wine with tropical fruit flavors.


Tasting Notes:

Imagine a crisp Chardonnay with just the right amount of oak. This high altitude wine is smooht, with just a medium body and pronounced aromas. You will find white-fruit aromas, as well as  creamy oak lactic notes and banana. The finish is warm and lingers in your mouth, urging you to pour another glass.

Pairing Notes:

This Chardonnay is best paired with lightly seasoned chickens, and pastas with white sauces.


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