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Characteristics of Spanish White Guerrilla Viognier
Spanish White Guerrilla Viognier Barrica is a single-varietal wine. The grapes are picked when they've reached a very ripe condition, to support the ageing in the barrel. This wine is fleshy with an enwrapping sensation on the palate and a perfect balance between flora aromas, toasted notes and spices.
The Viognier grapes come from a young vineyard, planted in a high trellis formation, with a density of 3600 plants per hectare, in the Calahorra region (La Rioja), in the protected territory of Valles de Sadacia.
The harvest takes place at night during the first fortnight of September, between 1:00 and 9:00 am, the freshest time of day, to prevent the grapes from oxidation.
Fermentation lasts for a month in French oak barrels. The wine then ages in the same barrels with two stirs a week to keep the lees in suspension. It ages for 6 months in these barrels until being bottled.
SightGolden yellow with greenish touches.NoseFlora notes, like violets, roses and white flowers, perfectly blended with toasted aromas and spices from the barrel.TasteFleshy with an enwrapping sensation on the palate, leaving notes of dried fruit, almonds and violet aromas.
In Rioja land of the Ebro valley, a few steps from the city of Calahorra lenari Bimil, and on the same road of the Camino de Santiago Aragon, stands the castle of Maetierra. Under his watchful eye, in the land of immemorial past, grow their vines, gilded by the sun in the valleys of Sadacia. More than 350 hectares (from which you are 80 varieties of white wine) form Maetierra. A horticultural farm, which grow all kinds of products of the earth, many of them organic.