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Characteristics of Pescuda Blanco
Pescuda Blanco is a white wine produced in the Rias Baixas by Bodegas Fulcro in the subzone of Salnés, more specifically in the town of Sanxenxo, Pontevedra.
Manuel Moldes is the person behind the Fulcro winery. His vineyard is located in the Salnés subzone facing the sea, on granitic sandy soil. His philosophy to respect the grape and the environment as much as possible has led him to an eco-friendly viticulture with very little technology in the winery.
Pescuda Blanco is produced with the Albariño variety from the same A Pedreira finca but the difference with this wine is that it refines for 5 months in used oak barrels.
The 2017 vintage has been distinguished by the excellent health of the vineyard and the intense heat. Winter and spring were warmer than normal, accelerating the growth cycle 15 days and which was prolonged during summer, bringing forward the date of the harvest to the end of August. The growth cycle went smoothly, with good flowering and no notable pests. In summer, the drought worsened and in August they began to see symptoms of dehydration in the bunches. However, rains at the beginning of September restored the balance of the vineyard.
The wines of this vintage are identified by having something more volume due to its warmth and great freshness. A vintage to enjoy young, or as it is the norm for great wines of the area, to save for a few years.
Rías Baixas wines would not be where they are today without the native Albariño grape variety. Although red wines are also produced in Rías Baixas, practically 100% of Rías Baixas wines are white. Among them, the vast majority of them are made with the Albariño grape. As well as young wines, fresh and aromatic, the region also makes wines aged in the barrels, complex wines with great personalities. Albariño wines can either be single varieties, or be part of a blend with other characteristic grapes of the region: Treixadura, Loureira Blanca and Godello.