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Characteristics of Torre La Moreira
Torre La Moreira Albariño is a white wine from Rías Baixas produced by the Marqués de Vizhoja winery. This winery is located a few miles north of Pontevedra, Galicia, at the western end of the Iberian Peninsula.
Torre La Moreira Albariño is made from 100% Albariño. The grapes are grown in vineyards located on a 40 hectare farm in La Moreira, in the municipality of Arbo.
The development of Torre La Moreira Albariño begins with a harvest and manual selection.
Before winemaking, part of the flower or "must" is macerated cold with its skins for 24 hours. Thus a greater aromatic expression of skin is achieved without losing the fruity aromas of the wine.
Once this process is complete, fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, this ends the development process of Torre La Moreira Albariño.
Serve at 8ºC
Smoked dishes, Grilled white fish, Fish rices, Baked white fish, Grilled seafood, Aperitif
SightPale straw yellow with steely hues. Very clean and bright.NoseMedium intensity, with ripe white fruit, citrus notes and a delicate herbal background.TasteGood entry, and slightly buttery travel. Fruit present (not as intense as in the nose). Crisp acidity. Persistent finish. An easy drinking, light wine.
SightBeautiful pale straw yellow colour with steely edges. Very clean and very bright.NoseMedium-intensity nasal aromas among which the notes of ripe white fruit and citrus stand out on a delicate grassy background.TasteA white wine with a good attack and a mellow and slightly unctuous mid palate. The notes of fruit are quite noticeable but not as intense as in the nose. Balanced acidity. Persistent finish. An easy-drinking and light wine.
SightPale straw yellow colour with waxen edges. Clean and bright.NoseVery intense aromas of very ripe white fruit on a delicate herbal background. Over the time, it gains in intensity.TasteGood, soft and slightly unctuous attack. Good presence of fruit (but not as intense as in the nose). Live acidity and a ñingering finish.
An easy-drinking light wine.
SightPale straw yellow with greenish reflections. NoseVery intense and complex nose, with subtle aromas of white fleshy fruit, apple and pear, with a hint of herbs.TasteHonest wine with soft entry and memories of fruit in the mid palate. Successful integration of acid and sweet grades. Long persistence in the aftertaste, with aromas which are developed in the nose.
SightPale straw yellow with greenish reflections. NoseNose very intense and complex, with subtle aromas of white fleshy fruit, apple and pear, with a depth of herbs. TasteThe entry is soft and the passing of his mouth shows fruit load and its successful integration between acid and sweet grades. A lot of persistence in the back, extending the aromas in the nose.
SightStraw colour. Clear and shiny.NoseMedium intensity, with fruity and citrus touches, along with a herbal background.TasteGood attack and smooth and slightly oily on the palate. Fruity notes. Subtle acidity. Firm finish. Easy to drink, light.
The Albariño grape is a spanish white variety with a strong floral and terpene character, ideal for producing not only young fresh and aromatic whites, but also (barrel) aged wines. Initially the DO. Rías Baixes was only seen as a region of great hope for Spanish whites, but it has managed to turn this hope into reality.
An eighteenth-century stately home in 1975, Mariano Pelaez purchase of the property Pazo La Moreira. It was the last step to take to your Marqués de Vizhoja respond to a scenario with the name added to the illusion, cherished long, of owning a vineyard itself. Gradually the land was acquired until around the 38 hectares planted around the building today seigniorial erected in the eighteenth century.