Intense white wine with plenty of fruity in the nose in the form of lime, grapefruit and a little gumboot. In the mouth, one immediately meets with a marked acidity, flinted minerality and white pepper in addition to the aforementioned fruit notes. The structure is full-bodied and slightly creamy, but the mouth is left clean and refreshed thanks to the acidity and the very pure expression that the wine possesses. A serious glass of wine that will be good for oysters or sushi because of its intense minerality. 91 points, Guia Peñin
Grape selection taking into account the vineyard’s age and type of soil. Prefermentative maceration at cold temperatures (8ºC – 12ºC) for 4-8 hours in order to get the fullest aromas extraction. Fermentation at a controlled temperature (16ºC) for 10-15 days. The wine is then stirred together with its own lees in order to achieve the characteristic smoothness and persistence of this wine.
Bright yellow with green hues.
Intense fruit aromas, prevailing peach and apricot. Spicy notes of green herbs and aniseed
Pleasant and subtle entry. Round and well balanced, smooth and persistent. Very elegant.
Recommended: Appetizers, seafood, white meats, fresh pasta and fish dishes