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A complex and delicious Argentinian white wine
In 1902, the pioneering Nicola Catena founded the Bodega Catena Zapata and planted his first plot of Malbec vines in the exceptional vineyards of Mendoza in Argentina.
This family-owned estate, constantly seeking excellence, experienced a new boom when it was taken over in the 1960s by Nicolás Catena Zapata. Wishing to revolutionise the production methods of Argentinian wines, Nicolás Catena Zapata was inspired by the vinification of Napa Valley wines and revealed new high-altitude terroirs in order to enhance the expression of the grape varieties.
Nicknamed "The Grand Cru of South America," Bodega Catena Zapata is an international major name recognised by critics for the finesse and elegance of its Argentinian wines.
Adrianna "White Stones" Chardonnay 2020 from Bodega Cantena Zapata is a Mendoza wine that stems from vines planted at 1,450 metres of altitude on a stony soil of alluvium origin in the Uco Valley (a region of Mendoza).
Characteristics and tasting tips for Adrianna "White Stones" Chardonnay 2020 from Bodega Catena Zapata
The nose develops delicious apple, pear and custard notes.
The palate has an opulent texture with a lovely complexity. Its mineral and saline touches draw out to a long and expressive finish.
For the best tasting, serve between 9 and 12°C.
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