Wine Find

April 22, 2011|By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun

Torrontes is Argentina's premier white wine grape, and frugal connoisseurs have latched onto it as one of the wine world's great values. This organic dry wine from the Michel Torino Estate is medium-bodied, clean and fresh. It offers a subtle mix of flavors — herbs, pears, tropical fruit — in which no one dominates. It's a very satisfying wine that is best consumed over the next six months.

Wine Find: 2010 Cuma Torrontes

From: Cafayate Valley, Argentina

Price: $13

Serve with: Lobster, fish

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