On the nose I found orange sherbet, flowers, honeysuckle, lemon zest, and spice. I didn’t find the nose on this one as aromatic as I’ve come to expect from Torrontes, but I enjoyed the orange sherbet notes. In the mouth I got sharp citrus, apple, lemon, lemon ice, spice, sharp lemon, and lemon sweet tarts (the candy). As you can probably tell, the palate showed mostly lemon and variations of lemon. I found the mouth to be a lot sharper with more citrus than I expected based off the nose.

WHO Trapiche
WHAT Torrontes
WHERE Argentina
WHEN 2007
HOW MUCH $8 (note- this was a free media sample)

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    i love to eat asian foods because they are tasty and spicy.’~’

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    what i love about asian foods is that they are always tasty and spice.~’

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    i find asian foods to be a bit spicy compared to italian foods-.~