What is Lemon Ed?
A refreshing, flavoursome and easy drinking, brewed hard lemonade designed to beat the heat of summer!
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The Torrontes variety is Argentina's flagship native white grape, which reaches its highest expression in the north of the country. This region, the Calchaqui Valley, has a special micro-climate of great thermal amplitude and intense solar exposition where vineyards grow at altitudes of betreen 1700 and 3100 metres above sea level. Due to these conditions, grapes develop a unique aromatic expresion, distinctive from grapes of other regions, and are made into fresh wines of great acidity. In Colome we week a fine delicate and elegant interpretation of the wine-making tradition. Most grapes are grown in Finca La Brava at 1700 metres above sea level, which is considered the best altitude for this variety. The vineyards have trellis systems and the yield is approximately 10 tons per hectare. Torrontes offers the floral notes of roses, the cirtus aroma of grapefruit and a spicy hint. In the mouth it is fresh, round and well-bodied with a long fine finish. Torrontes is a fabulous match for ethnic foods, even more so than other white wines, and it combines ideally with Asian sushi, Mexican tacos, Peruvian ceviche and the Andean-Cuisine dishes of the North of Argentina.