SightClean and bright light yellow colour.NoseComplex aromas dominated by the notes of honey and flowers on a nice spicy background.TasteElegant varietal wine with a velvety and glyceric mid palate. Marked spicy character (typical of Gewürztraminer), with notes of roses and citrus which provide it with freshness. Good acidity. Wide finish.
SightBright and clean light yellow.NoseVery varietal wine. Wide and lush range of aromas. Floral notes with hints of honey. Taste
Unctuous palate with elegant floral notes (rose), touches of citrus (mandarin) and spices. Velvety mid palate and silky finish.
SightPale yellow.NoseTrue to variety, are a range of aromas with hints of honey and flowers.TasteThe bouquet is complex and exuberant, full of tones of honey and flowers (roses). On the palate it is chewy, with sweet nuances showing, especially in its aftertaste although the wine is dry
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.
Today, Enate is the brand of choice for many consumers and is known for its quality wines. This young winery is considered as one of the major players in the revolution of Spanish wine. The Enate winery has its own sense of identity, located in the Somontano region and is renowned on an international level. This winery produces wines using fine international grape varieties, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay, as well as classic native varieties.