Otronia Patagonia Chardonnay 2020

Bodega Otronia's vineyards are extremely unique for an abundance of reasons. The diverse soils, permanent winds, cold and dry climate, and extreme sunlight intensity, give a singular profile to their wines. In addition to nets, thousands of trees have been planted around the vineyard to help shelter the vines from battering gales. Proving that fortune favours the brave, the merciless conditions give rise to elegant wines with distinct vibrancy, aromatic intensity and a very unique sense of place. Aged in French oak foudres for 18-20 months prior to bottlingthe Otronia Chardonnay is pale yellow in colour with notes of peach and pear, combined with floral notes. The palate is defined by its freshness, depth, vitality, flavour and long persistence. The natural acidity of the Patagonian terroir gives this Chardonnay a very attractive character and tension, additionally guaranteeing a longevity in bottle ageing.

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