Lacazán is a red wine without denomination of origin produced by Bodegas Peixes in Viana do Bollo, Ourense.
Bodegas Peixes is the new project of the 2 guys of Fedellos do Couto, Jesús and Curro, outside D.O. Ribeira Sacra, right in the Ourense massif, with vineyards that are exposed to the cold right to the limit where the grapes can have a good ripening.
The wines produced by Bodegas Peixes are made in a small winery in Seadur. They have 5 hectares of vineyards located in Viana do Bollo, between Valdeorras and Ribeira Sacra. Here, soils are granitic and with shales. They directly cultivate 3 hectares, without using chemical products, with minimum intervention and maximum respect. In the other 2 hectares, they oversee the work of the winegrowers. The result: wines of great elegance and freshness.
Lacazán is a red wine made with Sousón, Mouratón, Mencía, Red Grenache and Grao Negro from vineyards planted on soils with mica and orange quartz, and on soils with shales.
After the manual harvest, the grapes ferment with native yeasts and are aged for 12-months in used French oak barrels.
Red wine Barrel Respectful agriculture. Winery: Bodegas Peixes. Ribeira Sacra. (Galicia)
Red wine Barrel Respectful agriculture. 12 months in French oak barrels used. Winery: Bodegas Peixes. Ribeira Sacra. (Galicia) Variety: Mencía, Godello, Grao Negro, Garnacha Tinta and Mouratón.
Red wine Barrel. 9 months on lees in the barrel. Winery: Sílice Viticultores. Ribeira Sacra. (Galicia) Variety: Garnacha Tintorera, Brancellao, Mencía and Merenzao.