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Gran Enemigo Torrontés 2019

Gran Enemigo Torrontés




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Spec sheet

TypeWhite Wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti12.5%

Ratings and awards

202093+ PK94 SK95 TA
201994+ PK94 SK
PK: ParkerSK: SucklingTA: Tim atkin

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker and Suckling

There is a new white 2019 Gran Enemigo Torrontés from a parral vineyard planted in Gualtallary in 2009. This fermented in concrete, tinaja and oak foudre, and the tinajas and foudres are never topped up; so, the wine develops a thin layer of flor yeast, and the wines mature for around one year. It's elegant, subtle and not so aromatic; it doesn't smell of Moscatel, the typical aroma from Torrontés. It's a look at the Mosel from Gualtallary, crystalline, precise and clean, with 12.5% alcohol and very good freshness. It doesn't go through malolactic, and it's akin to a German Riesling with notes of white flowers and fruit, jasmine and a faint spicy touch. Alejandro Vigil told me this was inspired by Dirk Niepoort, who taught him how to drink Riesling. This is vibrant and tasty, very balanced, elegant and precise, with chalky and salty sensations in the finish. This is the first commercial release after trials that started in 2016. 7,000 bottles produced. Amazing.

— Luis Gutiérrez (30/11/2022)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2019 - 94+ PARKER

Pretty, perfumed nose of white lavender, honeysuckle, peaches, orange blossom, white pears, lemon pith and blanched almonds. It’s medium-bodied with tangy acidity. Lots of lightly bitter floral and citrus-pith character. Serious, dry torrontes. Drink now.

— James Suckling (03/05/2022) Vintage 2019 - 94 SUCKLING

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Ageing period18 months
Type of woodFrench oak


SoilLimestone / Stony
Altitude1,600.00 meters

The winery

Bodega Aleanna

Bodega Aleanna

Argentina is sharply back in focus. It has tremendous potential and in recent years a new batch of young winemakers has been showing how much more there is to discover. The world of wine is evolving and so too in this South American country, where one of the foremost figures answers to the name of Alejandro Vigil, the 'Elvis Presley of wines', 'wine's answer to Messi' or straight to the point and literally, 'the wine beast', although he prefers to describe himself as a simple...