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Characteristics of Luna Beberide Viña Aralia
Luna Beberide Viña Aralia is a white wine from the V.T. Castilla-León, produced by the Luna Beberide winery. This wine is a blend of three different grape varieties: Gewürtztraminer, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
The grapes used for Luna Beheride Viña Aralia come from vineyards that grow on calcareous-clay soils. The vineyards are situated at around 600-700 metres above sea level, and work with short and green pruning, pre harvest thinnings, and are cultivated without the use of pesticides or herbicides.
Luna Beheride Viña Aralia is produced using traditional methods of the region. After the harvest has been carried out and the grapes have been transported to the winery, the grapes are left to ferment in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperatures of between 12-15ºC, stabilised by permanent contact with its lees.
The Luna Beberide winery, which is located by a spectacular natural landscape, produces their wines in a manner that is respectful to the environment and nature, with a sense of simplicity and search for a maximum quality in their final products.
Serve at 8ºC
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Bodegas y Viñedos Luna Beberide are the surnames of Alejandro and Merche, the results of the initiative that their parents had more than thirty years ago in El Bierzo. The choose to use the local varieties Godello and Mencía from vineyards facing south, on the hillsides of the valley of El Bierzo. They are located at a moderate altitude, on clayey soils that mark the fruitiness of the Mencía, while the clayey-calcareous soils provide complexity. At 800 metres, the slate gives heterogeneity and minerality to these wines that are fresh and elegant. But it is also an experimental winery, where they work will all kinds of white and red foreign varieties to study their behaviour in the climate and on the different soils of El Bierzo.