Guitian Godello +50 Meses en Botella

75cl 2014

Guitian Godello +50 Meses en Botella 2014

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White wine Joven. 50 months in bottle.
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Guitián Godello +50 Meses en Botella 2014 is a silky, expressive and complex wine. We can find the typical most mature aromas of the variety, blended with elegant toasted notes and hydrocarbons. In the mount, it is ample and silky, preserving its exceptional freshness.
White wine Joven. 50 months in bottle.
Alcohol: 13.00%
Designation: D.O. Valdeorras
Winery: A Tapada
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Godello
Contains sulphites
Guitian Godello +50 Meses en Botella
White wine Joven. 50 months in bottle.
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Guitián Godello +50 Meses en Botella is a white wine produced by the winery A Tapada in Rubiá de Valdeorras (Ourense), D.O.Valdeorras.

 

The winery A Tapada was born in 1985 when the Guitián brothers decided to take over the exploitation of a vine plantation in a family farm.

The first wine of A Tapada was made in 1992. It soon became well-known and a reference of D.O. Valdeorras.

The property occupies a total surface area of ​​12 hectares, of which 10 are dedicated to the cultivation of the indigenous Godello variety. The remaining surface is mainly occupied by the winery, which was built in 1995, as well as a forest of century-old chestnut trees in the northern part of the farm.

Guitian wines are made exclusively with grapes from the farmLa Tapada. The farm's production is closed, this is, that they have a warehouse that is big enough to handle the harvest of their own vineyards. Therefore, their production is considered as Cru Wines or Single-variety Wines, where the characteristics of the winegrowing ecosystem are reflected in the resulting wines.

 

Guitián Godello +50 Meses en Botella is a wine made from Godello, from their own vineyards, located in La Tapada.

Harvesting is carried out manually, selecting the grapes in the vineyard and in the winery. Fermentation is carried out in stainless steel deposits with local yeasts for two months. Once the fermentation has ended, it rests in the bottle for 50 months, in a reducing environment and complete darkness, before it is launched on the market.

 

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Alcohol: 13.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Godello
Designation: D.O. Valdeorras
Winery: A Tapada
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 13.00%
Production area: Spain Galicia
Type of grape: Godello
Designation: D.O. Valdeorras
Winery: A Tapada
Contains sulphites
The A Tapada winery, better known as Guitián, is located in Ourense. The magic hand of two geniuses of Spanish oenology, Ana Martín and Pepe Hidalgo, made it possible for an almost unknown grape, the Godello, to become world famous by ravaging all the gold medals in the contests where it took part.
This Denomination of Origin occupies part of the beautiful valleys of the rivers Sil and Jares in the Northeast of the province of Orense.
Vineyards line the slopes of the mountains that frame the river valleys and at the bottom of them, occupying floors slate of very good physical condition and adequate fertility, sometimes on steep slopes.
The variety of higher quality and prestige, among whites, is the Godello, white wine grape that provides very fine fruity and floral aroma and excellent structure in the mouth. Next to this is the providing variety Tinta Mencia reds, purple, intense and elegant aroma and soft fleshy fruit not without its nerve.
Pictures and situation D.O. Valdeorras