Barahonda Blanco is a white wine from the D.O Yecla produced by the Barahonda winery. This wine is made using only Verdejo grapes.
The grapes used to make Barahonda Blanco come from vineyards with which the winery work with: 150 hectares owned by the vineyard as well as 600 hectares controlled by their agricultural technical department.
The area is home to a continental climate, where winters are cold with temperatures dropping below 0, while summers are extremely hot and dry with temperatures reaching as high as 40ºC.
After the harvest is carried out and the grapes have been transported to the winery, the grapes macerate for 3 days in a cold controlled temperature of 5ºC. Following this, fermentation takes place at 15ºC, during which daily battonages occur to aid the process.
Before being bottled, the wine is racked to obtain more personality.
Barahonda is a winery which is situated in the region of Murcia, in the Altiplano region, a transition area between the Spanish plateau and the Mediterranean Sea surrounded by a ring of low mountain ranges.