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Characteristics of Juan Gil Moscatel Seco
Juan Gil Moscatel Seco is a white wine from Jumilla produced by Bodega Juan Gil, a winery that was founded in 1916 by Juan Gil Giménez, great-grandfather of the present generation at the helm of the business.
Juan and Paco Gil González, grandsons of the founder, were responsible for providing the quality of the winery. They have managed to maintain quality and tradition whilst adapting to new technologies. The climate in this area is extreme and dry. It is characterized by low rainfall throughout the year and an average annual temperature of 16ºC. There are great temperature differences between seasons. This wine is a varietal Moscatel de Grano Menudo from their own vineyards planted about 700-850 metres above sea level, on sandy and limestone soil with high insolation, which leads to perfect ripeness. In terms of processing, vinification is carried out in stainless steel tanks for 25 days at a maximum temperature of 15 ° C. After the fermentation, the wine is chilled in reservoirs until bottling.
Serve at 10ºC
Baked white fish, Grilled seafood, Soft cheese, Fish rices, Pasta with fish sauce, Grilled white fish, White meat with sauce, Soft cheese, Complex salads
Pale yellow with greenish hues. Very clean and bright.
The nose is intense, clean and expressive. Notes of white, yellow, tropical and citrus fruits with subtle floral and aniseed notes appear.
The palate is broad, smooth, cool and dry, with a prominence of citrus notes. Excellent acidity. Long finish that leaves delicious herbaceous and fruity sensations.
SightPale straw yellow colour with greenish glimmers. Very clean and bright.NoseIntensely aromatic, clean and expressive. Lots of white, yellow, tropical and citrus fruits with light floral notes and aniseed touches.TasteThis white wine is broad, velvety, fresh and dry, with a notable citric presence. Excellent acidity. Long, with a good finish that leaves us with pleasant herbal and fruity sensations.
SightPale straw-yellow colour with greenish tones. Very clean and very bright.NoseIntensely aromatic nose, clean and expressive. Lots of white yellow, tropical and citrus fruit with light floral notes and aniseed touches.TasteThis white wine shows broad attack, and is unctuous, fresh and dry on the palate, with a high concentration of citrus notes. Excellent acidity. Long, with a good finish leaving nice fruity, herbal sensations.
SightNice bright yellow colour with green reflections. Very clean.NoseFresh aromas with a wide range of notes of stone fruits (lots of peach aromas) and tropical fruits along with intense citrus hints. Elegant floral background (white flowers like orange blossom and jasmine).TasteVery fresh and tasty wine, with a wide attack in which it coats the palate with notes of fresh fruit with a strong presence of citrus. Good, velvety and dry mid palate, with an excellent acidity. Long and good finish that leaves nice and pleasant sensations.
To speak of Jumilla wine is to really refer to the Monastrell grape variety. In recent years Jumilla has undergone an impressive transformation. Once used as concentrated and highly alcoholic wines to give strength to weaker wines from other regions, the wines from Jumilla have managed to change this reputation, now enjoying prestige from all over the world. Flavourful wines, with body and concentrated. As well as red wines, the region is also known for their rosés, again produced with the Monastrell variety.