Envinate Migan is a red wine made with the native Listán Negro variety and produced by Envínate in the Orotava Valley (V.M. Tenerife).
The Envínate project consists of four winemaking friends who met at the Miguel Hernández University of Alicante (Laura Ramos, Roberto Santana, Alfonso Torrente and José Martínez) and who are devoted to defending the primacy of the terroir in the most respectful way, in vineyards in Ribeira Sacra, Extremadura , Orotava and Albacete that have been forgotten and little exploited by humans.
Envínate Migan is a red wine made with the native Listán Negro variety in the Orotava Valley wine region. Characteristics as peculiar as the volcanic soil, the Alisios winds and the system of training the vines in Cordón trenzado style make this wine a benchmark for the typical character of the area; something that Envinate encourages by using biodynamic and organic techniques.
A partial de-stemming is carried out in the cellar, the grapes are macerated for 20 days in concrete tanks and the alcoholic fermentation is carried out with native yeasts. Envinate Migan spends 12 months in oak barrels.
Envinate Migan belongs to the new breed of winemakers who have emerged with a desire to defend the typical character of the terroir in its most natural state.