From the historic foothills of the Andes Mountains in Medonza, emerges Cuarto Dominio's Tolentino Winemaker's Selection Pinot Grigio. Tolentino is the name of a little town in Italy where President Javier Catena's great grandfather was born at the end of the 1800's. Tolentino wines are sourced from high altitude vineyards in the Uco Valley and represent the beginning of a family journey full of dreams, passion and hard work. The Tolentino Pinot Grigio is grown in vineyards at 1,100 meters above sea level. The soil is sandy and rocky. The climate typically presents hot days and cold nights, with a considerable temperature variation. Harvest takes place in two different moments: an early harvest to obtain good acidity, freshness and floral accents, followed by a second harvest to obtain fruit aromas.
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Delicate and complex aromas of white flowers and jasmine
Notes of yellow fruits with a natural, well-balanced acidity and long, elegant finish
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The wines go through a cold, pre-fermentary maceration to preserve primary aromas, then a series of delestages and pumpovers during fermentation for a more balanced extraction. The juice is fermented for about 14 days at low termperatures and is followed by a post-fermentation maceration.