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Characteristics of Fedellos do Couto Bastarda
Fedellos do Couto Bastarda is a red wine produced in D.O. Ribeira Sacra by Fedellos do Couto in O couto, Ourense.
The philosophy of these Fedellos (a Galician word meaning lively) is to respect the rural environment and traditional agriculture, therefore these four young wine-makers decided to found this winery in 2013 in Ribeira Sacra, a magnificent setting. They cultivate 4 hectares of native grape varieties between the Valle do Bibei and the Sil River, and also collaborate with other wine-makers in the area. They grow their vines organically, introducing biodynamic principles.
Fedellos do Couto Bastarda comes from Merenzado vines, about 15-70 years old, and planted on slate soils. Fermentation is carried out with the entire grapes (without destemming them) in stainless steel tanks with their own yeasts and a very gentle maceration. The wine is then decanted into French oak barrels where it stays for 12 months.
Fedellos do Couto Bastarda is an elegant and subtle wine, with a perfect symbiosis between lightness and depth.
Serve at 15ºC
Soft cheese, Cold meat, White meat with sauce, Rice with meat, Steak tartare
Red wine Crianza Respectful agriculture. 12 months in different kind of barrels. Winery: Fedellos de Couto. Ribeira Sacra. (Galicia) Variety: Garnacha Tintorera, Caíño Tinto, Merenzao, Mencía and Mouratón.