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Pedro Blanco (Pedro Ximenez)

August 15, 2019

Pedro Blanco (Pedro Ximenez)

More commonly associated with sweet fortified sherry from the region of Jerez, Pedro Ximinez is called Pedro Blanco in Mendoza and is capable of producing elegant, aromatic dry whites. It’s not widely planted but winemakers such as Mauricio Lorca are getting great results. Think Spanish Alborino; wonderfully aromatic but plenty of refreshing acidity and balance.




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