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Characteristics of Quintaluna
Quintaluna is an ecological white wine from Rueda made by Bodegas Ossian, which was founded by Javier Zaccagnini (who in turn is a part owner of Bodegas Aalto). It is a varietal Verdejo.
The grapes used for Quintaluna come in part from vines between 100 and 200 years old (60% of the total) and partly (40%) from young vines certified by the Organic Farming Council of Castile and Leon.
Quintaluna, after passing through the winemaking process, spends two months with its lees in stainless steel. During this time, there are periodic movements.
Bodegas Ossian was established in order to produce the best wines with Verdejo grapes from Spain. They use organic farming or "Logical Agriculture" as they like to call it, only organic fertilisers and natural products are used.
Serve at 9ºC
Raw seafood, Fish rices, Alone, Smoked dishes, Eggs, Grilled seafood, Aperitif, Soft cheese, Complex salads, Creamed soups, Sushi
SightStraw yellow with green highlights. Neat and bright.NoseGood intensity, presents aromas of white flowers and citrus and touches of fresh herbs.TasteClean and fresh. Fruity and good acidity. Full and persevering.
SightThe tasting repport of this wine is being translated. Meanwhile, you can check the Spanish version.
From its beginnings, the Ossian project was marked by a clear trend towards innovation and the development of new trends that would lead them to learn, in depth, about the potential and versatility of the Verdejo variety in Rueda. In addition, it was the first winery in Rueda to be certified as organic. This was an actual boom regarding the principles of cultivating the vineyard with utmost respect for the raw material. It was also the first winery of Rueda to install a cold room to put the grapes in before they go through the selection table. In this regard, they were also pioneers in this region. Many of these pioneering actions led Ossian wines to be made outside D.O. Rueda and today, they hit the market with the quality mark of Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla y León.