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Characteristics of Encina del Inglés Blanco
Encina del Inglés Blanco is a dry, fresh and fruity white wine from the D.O. Sierras de Málaga produced by the Finca La Melonera winery. It is a blend of the varieties Moscatel (60%), Forastera (30%) and Pedro Ximénez (10%).
The grape used to make Encina del Inglés Blanco comes from vineyards aged between twelve and fifteen years. The climate is mountainous with significant temperature variations, which, added to the clay-loam soils, brings a specific character to the wine. The fruit harvest is carried out manually, seeking to avoid damaging the grapes. Once in the winery, they undergo pneumatic pressing without their skins and the bunches are left to ferment in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
Encina del Inglés Blanco 2016 is a dry, fruity and fresh white wine. Once again, another vintage with local varieties of the area elegantly shows its fruitiness on the nose. In the mouth, it is round, balanced and long.
There was a time whereMálaga was a region of real prestige, their wines were consumed in European Courts, enjoyed across the European and American markets, more famous than the wines from Jerez at its peak. Authentic Málaga wines are one of the true treasures of fortified wines, deep, sweet, profound, mysterious in their translucent darkness, which even now are some of the world’s leading wines, from their whites, known for their dryness, up to their Pajarete wines, which easily reach an alcoholic content of around 20%.