ineyards of minimum production, excellent quality and very high concentration of Torrontès and Viognier grapes were used to produce this handcrafted late harvest. A Unique wine to enjoy now or in ten years time. The Torrontés was introduced a long time ago by Spanish immigrants to the Rio de la Plata vine growing regions, it has developed local populations that are different among themselves due to the multiplication by stakes or cuttings system that is used there. The Torrontés we selected is descendant of the Torrontes Riojano(grown in the Chilecito zone in La Rioja province) which is very distinctive, standing out by its greater potential in aromas and flavours. The Viognier grape has been grown for long time in its original region, Château Grillet and Condrieu in the Rhone Valley. Commonly used in blends with other varieties, one of its characteristics is the small size of its bunches as well as its grapes. As far as being a very low productive variety, its grapes are very concentrated and of great value. These features allow to elaborate wines of great quality, very aromatic (apricot, peach), complex and powerful. Uruguay growing conditions give a good structure and unique balance between acidity and the fruit opulence.