With 13.5% alcohol, costing under $14, and scoring an excellent 16 Dionysian points on their scale os a possible 20, the 2007 Terrazas Reserva Chardonnay was grown above 3,900 feet in the Andes Mountains.
It had developed tropical fruits, lime, white peach and some apricot. It was balanced and had a long aftertaste. Very nice for a 13 year-old white.
It a great buy from Mendoza with their new releases, not their Reserva, costing under $9. The name means levels like mountainside terraces. Seek some out and age them at least five years. In Vino Veritas.