Torrontes (and a Kogi Taco Truck) – Drink Bravely with Mark Oldman – Episode 28

Torrontes (and a Kogi Taco Truck): “Smells like flaah-werhz” is Mark Oldman’s catchphrase — inspired by his friend Adrian — to describe the characteristically floral Argentine white, Torrontés. Despite its nose “fit for FTD,” Torrontés is dry, light, and restrainedly alcoholic, making it ideal with spicy food, including the delectable Korean-Mexican eats Mark locates at a roving Kogi taco truck in Los Angeles.torrontes kogi taco truck

Featured wine: Michel Torino Torrontés “Don David” 2009 ($15)

Other Tempting Torrontés:
Alamos Torrontés 2009 ($13)
Freixenet Torrontés 2009 ($9)
Crios de Susana Balbo Torrontés (Dominio del Plata) 2010 ($15)
J. & F. Lurton Torrontés 2009 ($9)
Proviva Torrontés 2010 ($12)
Trapaiche Torrontés 2009 ($16)

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