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Characteristics of Bicicletas y Peces Chardonnay
Bicicletas y Peces Chardonnayis a white wine from D.O. Somontano, produced by the winery Family Owned Wineries.
Family Owned Wineries is a project that was born in 2013 thanks to 2 families with a long winemaking tradition. On the one hand, the team of oenologists from Celler Tianna Negre, in Binissalem-Mallorca, and on the other, Bodegas Juan Gil, in Jumilla (Murcia).
Family Owned Wineries makes wines from different denominations of origin in Spain, with the local varieties of each area, to make wines that are loyal and representative of each region.
Bicicletas y Peces Chardonnay is a white wine made from Chardonnay, from the best vineyards of the area.
Harvesting is carried out manually, selecting the grapes in the vineyard. Once the grapes have been destemmed and pressed, they go through alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel deposits at a controlled temperature. After the fermentation, the wine is left to stand for a few months in the bottle before it is launched on to the market.
Bicicletas y Peces Chardonnay is a light, fresh and aromatic wine. A great representation of the young wines produced in the area of the Somontano with this variety.
Serve at 6ºC
Boullabaise, Fish rices, Soft cheese, Aperitif, Cod
Ratings for the vintages from the D.O. D.O. Somontano
Today, the wines of the DO Somontano are characterised by their modernity, elegance and varietal personality. Just like Alsace, Chile, Australia and California, the DO Somontano is able to boast a tempting variety of truly international style white, rosé and red wines. The majority of wines produced in this region are single variety wines, using both native and international grape varieties, produced using varying winemaking techniques. As well as maintaining a high quality of wines, the Somontano region has managed to maintain fair prices in comparison to the competition, despite heavy economic investments by the wineries. Great quality and fair prices have helped wines from the region conquer much of the domestic market and openly compete with international markets.