87% Viura, 13% Sauvignon Blanc.
All the grapes come from vineyards located in and around the town of Haro. The winery has long term agreements with an exclusive group of winegrowers in the Rioja Alta subregion. The Sauvignon Blanc was hand harvested mid-September; the Viura, at the end of the same month.
Hand picked, at the end of September.
After a brief cold maceration, the must is fermented for about 12 days at a controlled temperature between 12 and 15 ºC (53ºF – 56ºF) to preserve the varietal expression of the Viura and Sauvignon Blanc and leaving around 32 g / l of residual sugar.
On lees in tanks.
Pale and bright yellow color. Fresh aromas of pineapple, quince, peach, with light touches of white flowers. On the palate it is fresh and unctuous, very fruity with a great balance between acidity, fruit and sugar, with a long and pleasant persistence.
Great as an aperitif, it matches perfectly with smoked and cold dishes, fish and seafood, and all sort of dessert