Masi Passo Blanco,Tupungato, Argentina


One of the most original winemaking projects of recent years, Masi Tupungato is a fusion of Venetian technique and Argentine terroir. The estate – Vigneti La Arboleda – consists of 140 hectares, of which eighty are currently planted with both Argentine varieties (Malbec and Torrontés) and Venetian grapes (Corvina and Pinot Grigio).

Masi Passo Blanco, Tupungato, Argentina

  • White Wines
  • Argentina
  • Mendoza
  • Masi Tupungato
  • 2018
  • 12.5%
  • 60% Pinot Grigio, 40% Torrontes
  • Synthetic Cork

Tasting Notes

Roses, orange blossom and broom on the nose as well as fruity hints of grapefruit, orange and peach. Fresh, full-bodied and well-balanced on the palate; long lasting in the mouth with a touch of lemon on the finish.

The fruity and aromatic Passo Blanco 2016 (Torrontés with lightly dried Pinot Grigio)
gets 85/100 points. -Tim Atkin


Argentinian White Wines, White Wines

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