Torrontes is an aromatic white wine grape popular with Argentine wine makers. Argentina has over 20,000 acres committed to the grape. Look for this varietal from Santa Julia Vineyards, Argentina.
Torrontes wine pairs well with spicy foods or assertive flavored cheeses such as Gruyere, Asiago or Manchego. It is a nice, refreshing summer wine that would be a good wine to serve with a charcuterie plate with some spicy salami, Serrano ham, Marcona almonds and fresh fruit.
Good substitutes for Torrontes wines include some similar varietals such as: