The 2017 vintage has been rated excellent by the regulatory council. A year marked by drought and high temperatures that brought the harvest date forward. Autumn began with temperatures somewhat higher than normal but with a normal rainfall. It was not until late November when temperatures dropped. The beginning of the year arrived with low temperatures and scarce rainfall. Suddenly, temperatures began to rise and accelerated the growth and phenolic development of the vines. At the end of April, there was an intense frost, a severe climatic accident that reduced the harvest by 20%. Once again, May registered very high temperatures that sped up the flowering and consequently brought the harvest date forward, becoming the earliest to date. A vintage where all the aromatic components of the grape have been extracted and the acidity has been preserved, essential to give freshness to the wine.
The 2016 vintage, rated as very good, began with an autumn and winter with high temperatures for these seasons that predicted an acceleration of the vines’ growth cycle. At the beginning of the spring, temperatures fell and rainfall returned to normal figures. This fact was translated in an adjustment as far as budding and flowering dates. At the beginning of June, the heat arrived and stayed all summer until the beginning of the harvest. In general terms, it was a rainy and somewhat warm year. The wines of this vintage are characterised for being aromatic and with a good acidity. Where wines in their youth will preserve their aromatic and fresh features.
The 2015 vintage was rated as very good in a year where no climatic accident occurred. Autumn and winter were somewhat warmer than normal but with normal rainfall. In spring, the growth cycle started a few days in advance, but temperatures and rains continued normally until the beginning of summer. Days before the harvest, temperatures became milder and the end of ripening was very good. The wines of this vintage are characterised by a good balance between maturity and acidity. A good aromatic profile that will age correctly.
Clean and sparkling pale yellow. Displays green hues. Nose
Complex. Citrus and stone fruit flavours with notes of fennel. Taste
Soft and fruity, it is balanced. Dense and smooth.
Yellow, almost straw colour, very clean and bright in the glass. Greenish rims appear when swirling the glass. Nose
This wine has a complex nose, with citrus aromas and aromas of stone fruit (peach, apricot). The aromas evolve in the glass showing different nuances. Taste
Smooth and fruity attack. Balanced, dense and unctuous on the palate.
Pale lemon yellow colour with greenish reflections. Very clean and very bright. Nose
Clean and highly intense nasal aromas, among which the notes of white fruit stand out along with fresh citrus and some tropical notes. Slightly hidden, some grassy hints and subtle balsamic notes can also by discovered. Taste
It shows a good attack and a fresh and light mid palate. Very refreshing citric acidity. Long and dry finish. Marked varietal character. A very appealing and expressive wine.
Bright and beautiful yellow colour, with subtle green reflections. Nose
Wine with a medium-high intensity. The notes of white fruit appear from the beginning along with a hint of tropical fruit and citrus. Some herbal notes (freshly cut grass) and fresh balsamics (fennel) are also felt. Taste
Very marked varietal wine with a good attack in which the wine coats the mouth with freshness and fruity aromas. It has a tasty, dry and very fresh mid palate. It is fruity and its acidity is well balanced. Good finish.
Straw yellow colour with greenish reflections. Clean and bright. Nose
Multiple fruit flavours (citrus and white fruit) on a good herbal background. Taste
Good attack and and very fresh unctuous palate. Fruity flavours and balanced acidity. Dry, long and persistent finish.
Pale yellow. Nose
We distinguish lime, grape and kiwi aromas, along with typical vegetable notes. Taste
Flavor is refreshing and we can apreciate a long and dry finish.