Barco del Corneta Cucú is a white wine from the Castilla y León region produced by Barco del Corneta. It is made using only Verdejo grapes.
The grapes used for Barco del Corneta Cucú come from young vineyards located in the Paraje de Cantarranas, in La Seca (Valladolid). The soils from which the grapes grow are sandy, abundant boulders and at deeper levels composed of limestone and clay.
The vineyards are located at 700 metres above sea level and are cultivated organically. The area is home to a continental climate, with cold and dry winters.
At the winery, once the vinification process has been carried out, Barco del Corneta is partially aged in french oak barrels for 8 months. The rest of the wine sits in stainless steel tanks.
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