Via Revolucionaria is located in the Uco Valley in Tupungato, Mendoza; Matias Michelini, the winemaker and agronomist, strives to make experimental wines that express the terroir of this cooler climate. These wines are extremely low production. Though they are drawn from multiple inspirations, regions, and styles, the wines have some things in common: are all single vineyard, unconventional wines, fermented with native yeast.
This 100% Torrontes is made like a red wine with open top maceration/fermentation and oak aged. A different style of Torrontes, the wine punches through the glass with notes of peach, apricot, and bright stargazer lily’s and undertones of sage, chamomile, and sandalwood. It has a lifted profile on the palate with bright acid, citrus notes of lemon merengue, and jasmine. This cloudy, unfiltered, and un-fined wine is changing the perception of what boundaries can be placed on Torrontes.