Wine Las Moras, Chardonnay-Chenin "Intis", San Juan, 2015
The wine is light straw color.
In a fresh and pleasant, fruity taste wine captured notes of pineapple and juicy apples, faceted honey and vanilla nuances.
Delicate aroma of the wine reveals hints of delicate colors, nuances of lemon and echoes of ripe pineapple.
The wine is perfect as an accompaniment to Italian pasta with cheese, chicken dishes, veal, pork and seafood, as well as fresh salads.
Wine Chardonnay-Chenin Intis 2010 from Las Moras created a blend of Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc (ancient grape variety native to France is considered), represented in equal proportions. Berries are gathered for this wine from vineyards grown in the region of San Juan. The vines are planted at an altitude of about 600 meters above sea level.
Chardonnay-Chenin Intis 2010 - nice dry white wine with a refreshing, fruity taste, floral and citrus aromas and vanilla hints that wine gets due to aging in oak barrels. The wine has a good combination of parameters "for money."
Finca Las Moras - winery, which is due to Richard Smart in the 90s of the last century was one of the first in the production of high quality wines in the region of San Juan. Its name is associated with blackberry tree called "Morera", which grows in three main valleys of the region. Juicy fruits of these trees, the Spanish referred to as "Moras", possess an expressive fruity taste. That they have become symbols of Finca Las Moras, as the personification of true natural fruit flavors. Today, the company adheres to the concept of a kind of "perfect harmony", the basis of which - competent and effective interaction between man and nature.
San Juan - one of the most important wine regions of Argentina. He has a favorable climate for viticulture, which allows the vines to grow without the use of artificial fertilizers. Height planting vineyards in the region of 600 to 1200 meters.