New Age White is a light yellowish-green wine with intense floral and fruity aromas. The wine has soft, semi-sweet, and mildly effervescent tastes and a pleasant mouthfeel. It is a refreshing, lively, and sensual wine. You can also buy new-age wine (also known as new-age wein in the German language)from various online stores.
Serve chilled as an aperitif, or dessert. It is also great with Asian, Chinese, Japanese, and spicy Thai cuisines.
On the rocks with a slice of lime is the best way to enjoy New Age. After the drink's creator, this refreshing drink is named "Tincho". Valentin Eduardo Bianchi (third-generation winery owner), was nicknamed "Tincho" when he was a boy. This affection term, loosely translated as "young Valentin", is a term that refers to his grandfather, who was "older Valentin".
"Tincho" was the first to add lime to the New Age White. The drink "Tincho" quickly became a popular and refreshing cocktail in trendy Buenos Aires bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. This American tradition is a continuation of the Argentine one.
Mendoza, Argentina's largest and most well-known winemaking region, is responsible for more than 70% of Argentina's overall ecological output. The climate in Mendoza, located at the eastern foothills of the Andes Mountains is continental and dry, which presents few challenges to viticulturists during their growing season.
Mendoza is home to some of the best wines in the country. It can be divided into different sub-regions like Lujan de Cuyo or the Uco Valley.
Mendoza is synonymous with Malbec for many wine lovers. It was originally a Bordelaise variety that was brought to Argentina in the mid-1800s by the French. Here it has enjoyed success and renown unlike its homeland, which is notorious for its finicky climate.