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Characteristics of Casta Diva Cosecha Miel
Casta Diva Cosecha Miel is a sweet wine from the appellation of origin Alicante produced by the winery Boedgas Gutiérras de la Vega. This a monovarietal of Moscatel. The grape used by Cava Diva Cosecha Miel originates from vineyards located in the town of Javea. The soils chalky and the vines average an age of 40 years old.
The vines are formed into the Y shaped technique, typically found in arid areas such as this, where vines are faced with watering only from the rain.
A traditional and manual cultivation method, so is the harvest. The grapes have been left to overripe. Half of which are raisins and the other half are perfectly over ripened.
Once at the winery, the grapes for Casta Diva Cosecha Miel are pressed and then slowly fermented in French oak barrels that can contain up to 225 litres.
The alcoholic fermentation is stopped after a certain point to obtain the correct sugar levels.
Costa Diva Cosecha Miel is finally aged for a period of 13 months in French, American and Hungarian oak barrels that can hold up to 225 litres.
This wine is passed through a light filtering process being bottled.
SightShiny, and a beautiful golden yellow.NoseNotes of honey, roses and bitter orange. An exotic touch with a toasted almond base. Spiced and pastry tones.TasteFruity, with sweet notes of honey and fresh orange. Light and delicate, subtle and perseverant.
There is no doubt that the Monastrell grape variety has become a fashionable grape variety. This region is home to over half a dozen cooperatives, which have been at the forefront of a wine revolution, making wines that are respectful to the local culture the area, cultivating vines with care, selecting only the best fruit and producing wines that faithfully express character of the terroir. These wines are easy to identify, due to the fact the estate or vineyard from which they came from is usually printed on their label. Also, their authenticity and quality can be guaranteed by the DO Alicante, which not only certifies the farms, but also everything posted on the wines labeling.