Implanted in Argentina since the end of the nineteenth century. This variety requires cool and mild weather, and there are only two places in the country where it grows well: the Uco Valley (Mendoza) and the Rio Negro Valley. It is a dry, balanced wine, with good body and tropical fruit notes. In the Cuyo Region, Semillon acquires aromatic white fruit tones and interesting honey hints, while in the Patagonia Region, it offers apple and earthy tones. In both cases, it has very good evolution in the bottle and gets to develop complex olfactory nuances. In the mouth it is a wine of great personality that attains a very good balance. It is slightly greenish yellow in color.