The Torrontés grape from Argentina is so fragrant you don’t know whether to drink it or slap it on as after-shave. It smells of orange blossom and cardamom, rather like a dry Muscat from Alsace. That intense aroma is matched by the flavour of a cantaloupe melon – it really is like drinking perfume that tastes deliciously dry.
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