To Try, Buy And Put By
In wine, one of the problems is the over-reliance on a successful single crop. On a restaurant menu’s ‘Chile’ section, for example, we need a Leyda pinot noir, Casablanca sauvignon blanc and a dab of carmenere or cabernet franc. The Argentine section, meanwhile, is box-ticked with a big, singular malbec, thus redoubling the single crop dilemma. And now Chile’s Montes wine growers have arrived in Argentina, diversifying already with this superb, buttery cool climate chardonnay. Superb and well worth trying.
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