The Don David range are the flagship wines of the Bodega El Esteco estate named in homage to the winery founder David Michel.
Argentina’s native white varietal. Intense perfumed aromas of tropical fruits, spring flowers and notes of roses. This is an elegant and complex wine with a rich, mellow, fruity taste and clean, crisp finish.
The Don David Torrontes has delicate floral and rose aromas, with orange peel and toasted bread notes. On the palate, elegant and fresh citrus, peach and anise flavors are shaped by bright acidity and a ripe character.
Appellation: Calchaquí Valley
Winemaker: Alejandro Daniel Pepa
Sustainability: Sustainable Practices
Soil: Sand, Gravel
Ttl Acidity: 6.3 g/l
Residual Sugar: 3.5 g/l
Sizes Available: 750ml
Pack Size: 12/750ml
Varietals: 100% Torrontes
Score: 88 Points
Wine EnthusiastAuthor: Michael Schachner Date: Friday, September 1, 2017
Lychee and a note of fresh green veggies define the nose on this wellmade Torronts from Salta. A lemony palate is snappy but also oily, which is common for this grape type. Salty nectarine and lychee flavors hold steady on a developed finish.
Score: 90 Points
VinousAuthor: Stephen Tanzer Date: Friday, July 7, 2017
Pale, bright yellow. Lemon, pear, herbs and yellow flowers on the nose. Supple and fairly substantial but bright and dry, with the citrus fruit and floral character carrying through on the palate. This has a textural richness that was difficult for Torronts producers from outside the Salta region to achieve in 2016.
Score: 90 Points
JamesSuckling.comAuthor: James Suckling Date: Friday, June 30, 2017
A fresh and clean wine with lemon and apple character. Hints of stone. Medium body, flavorful finish. Drink now