Grape Varieties: Viura 40%, Malvasía 25%,Chardonnay 7%,Sauvignon 7%, Turruntes 5%,Garnacha 4%,Verdejo 4%,Tempranillo B 4% and Maturana 4%.
Winemaking: Gentle destemming, and fermented in barrel at 20ºC.
Four months in French, Hungarian and American oak barrels.
Alcohol content: 13,30 %
Total acidity: 5,7 / PH: 3,35
Vineyard names: El Molino, La Vejera and Tasugueras
Soil Type: Clay-limestone
COLOUR: Clean, transparent lemon yellow with delicate turquoise cobalt highlights, becoming a warmer, soft yellow towards the rim. Clean and bright. Good tears, fluid and dense.
NOSE: Very intense before swirling; with a gentle memory of toast; this disappears as you swirl, giving way to stone fruit – peach, apricot etc. Aromatic intensity increases, with white flowers and citrus over a background of bakery aromas.
PALATE: Fresh and aromatic, marked by the necessary acidity. Silky, fatty, voluminous, tasty. Very friendly on the palate, marked by a tropical background of pineapple. Ripe viura blends well with the oak, providing a highly complex flavour.
The wine has a permanent, intense and warm finish. Provides abundant mouth watering, faintly saline, very flavoursome, with sweet and savoury tones at the same time.