Price: Around $16
Color: Bright, pale yellow
Nose: Pear and white blossom flowers
Taste: Dry, with soft citrus flavors. Crisp acidity that lingers gently on the palate.
Summary: This is not a Chilean wine, but let’s face it, Mendoza is just over the mountains and I don’t ever get straight Semillon wines from Chile to review. Besides, too many people are not aware of what a wonderful wine Semillon can be. If you enjoy a subtle, crisp Sauvignon Blanc, you will enjoy this Semillon. With its balanced fruit, acidity, and taste, its an easy wine to get into it.
Pairs incredibly with seafood paella.
Product of Argentina’s Mendoza valley.