Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011

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Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011

Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011 Wine Review

Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011 is an Argentinean white wine from the region of Mendoza. It is a dry white wine with an alcohol level of a little over thirteen percent. The winemaker has won numerous awards for his Malbec collection, but the prestigious and passionate winemaking does not come second best when the wine in question is a white Chardonnay.

Taste and food combination

The Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011 has a gold color and has the palate of tropical fruits, vanilla notes and a hint of aging oak. Because of the bitter taste of the dry white wine it goes best with South American dishes which are a bit more spicy and assorted with vegetables. The spiciness and the bitter-sweet taste of vegetables blend perfectly with a dry wine.

History

The award winning family, the Zuccardi’s brings you this liquid gold in your glass from the high-altitude vineyards in Argentina: the Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011. The winemaker’s name is Rodolfo Montenegro, the same winemaker which has brought many awards at home, is who brings you this delicious wine. The Zuccardi family is responsible for seventy percent of the production of Argentina’s wine and they have been innovators in matters of wine ever since Jose Alberto took over the winery from his father. They have pioneered the planting, harvesting and use of Viognier and Zinfandel grapes. Starting in 2003, the winemaker Rodolfo Montenegro has used native yeast in his wines and this has resulted in many fine wines which included Malbec, Merlot and Chardonnay. Encouraged by the outcome the prestigious winemaker plans on using native yeast in all the wines.

Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011

To sum up, Finca Beltran Chardonnay 2011 is being brought to you by a family who respects tradition, is not afraid to venture out and be innovative and most important, it is a family that has won numerous awards for their selection of wines. This particular dry white wine is made for South American and Latin dishes for the harmonious blend of the tastes of these dishes with this Chardonnay. The bitter taste, the hints of aging oak, vanilla and tropical fruits make this wine an immediate curiosity just by reading about it. The prices for this wine are more than acceptable and the experience for tasting this Chardonnay will be a memorable one. If you wish to try an Argentinean dry white wine, then this is the wine you have been looking for.

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