Price:  £13.50 | Case Rate: £12.83
Ex Tax: £11.25

Masi Tupungato - Passo Blanco 2019


  • Country: Argentina
  • Wine Maker: Sandro & Sergio Boscaini
  • Grape: Malbec
  • Grape Percentage: 70% Torrentes, 30% Pinot Grigio
  • Alcohol Percentage: 12.5%
  • Unit Quantity (ml): 750
  • Best To Drink: Now - 2022
Food Matching

Food Matching

Mid-weight, fresh and aromatic wine going well with full-flavoured fish dishes (tuna and shellfish), white meat and grilled vegetables. Good with oriental foods, especially sushi, sashimi and vegetarian tofu recipes.

Duty/Vat Paid


An explosion of elegant and concentrated aromas and fresh tastes. This is an innovative wine made in an unconventional style exclusively from organic grapes produced on the Masi Tupungato estate at Mendoza in Argentina. Its body and exuberance come from the local grape variety, Torrontés, while the Pinot Grigio grapes, lightly dried, give it class and the style of a top Venetian white wine.

Wine tasting notes

Pale straw yellow with green reflections. Flowers and ripe fruit - peaches and dried apricots. Refreshingly acidic with a hint of lemon. Fruity.

Winery Information

Masi Tupungato

Masi Tupungato wines have a unique place in the Argentinean wine world: they are the fruit of an original encounter between the emblematic grapes of Argentina, Malbec and Torrontès, and native grapes from the Venetian regions, Corvina and Pinot Grigio. Wines from the Masi Tupungato estate are made with the appassimento technique, which means leaving the grapes to dry out for the winter months, thus concentrating aromas and perfumes. This is a typical Venetian winemaking method, in Masi is.. read more