Monday, October 31, 2005

TRAPICHE CHARDONNAY

When eating fine foods, some of us like to drink a little glass of wine as accompaniment. As we all know, rafined wine and gourmet food go hand in hand. So, I also decided to start reviewing the bottles I warmly recommend you to purchase. In this way, you'll be able to discover and find the perfect wine to serve with the dish of your choice...

The wine I have chosen here hails from a part of the world which has many vineyards and produces quality wines: Sounth-America. Argentina is well-known for being the biggest wine region of South-America, for having a big winemaking tradition and many bodegas...

Name: Trapiche
Grape variety: Chardonnay
Producers: Bodegas Trapiche
Place: Mendoza Valley
Country: Argentina

This fresh Chardonnay is quite dry and has a beautiful lemony aroma. It is a very pleasant wine which has a subtle note of apple and fruits. Although it has a crisp acidity, this wine has a perfectly balanced roundness and harmonious complexion. I very much like this slight touch of vanilla at the end and it's dynamic character.

"TRAPICHE" Chardonnay goes very well with white meat, fish, seafood, cheese or with moderatly exotic dishes.

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