Torrontés is a white grape variety that is most commonly grown in Argentina. Wines produced from Torrontés are fresh and aromatic, with floral and fruit notes similar to that of Muscat and Gewurztraminer. On the vine, Torrontés grows in large, loose bunches and its fruit is yellow to golden hued in color. Torrontés wines have relatively moderate acidity, making them smooth and easy drinking. Today, Torrontés vines are also cultivated in Chile, the United States, and the United Kingdom.