This full-bodied blend of traditional Rhone whites hails from Mendoza, Argentina and is one of the more interesting white wines I've tasted. Somehow full-bodied and unctuous but also crisp, floral, and refreshing, this is a balanced wine and a great change of pace for fans of Chardonnay and Viognier. This is a wonderful food wine. Aged for 10 months in 3rd year seasoned oak. 35% Viognier, 30% Roussanne, 35% Marsanne.
Viognier in collaboration with 30% Rousanne and 35% Marsanne is rare from Argentina. Our estate Rhone-style blend is like strolling through a peach orchard under the warm sun. Concentrated and full-bodied, its refreshing vibrancy leads to a divine, memorable finish. This might just change the way you think of white wine.
Hand of God's vineyards, wines and winemaker are natives of Argentina. Privileged with rustic and diverse landscapes, Argentina boasts steep mountains, lush vegetation, extreme deserts, sparkling glaciers, and flowing waterfalls. Hand of God's wines are meant to evoke this sense of place - an incredible terroir you can taste on your tongue, and feel in your heart. Do yourself a favor and open your eyes to the mysterious world of Malbec and Argentinian blends.More from this winery
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One of the most interesting white wines you will ever try. Almost a redwine, disguised as a white wine. Parker and Spectator both loved it scoring 90+. Do yourself a favor and just try something different!