Suertes del Marqués Vidonia

Delicacy and power in balance

2019

Suertes del Marqués Vidonia 2019

White wine Aged on its lees. 10 months in French oak barrels.
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Alcohol: 12.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Contains sulphites
Tipo de Uva: 100% Listán Blanca
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Suertes del Marqués Vidonia
White wine Aged on its lees. 10 months in French oak barrels.
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Alcohol: 12.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Type of grape: Listán Blanca
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 13.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Type of grape: Listán Blanca
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 12.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Type of grape: Listán Blanca
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 12.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Type of grape: Listán Blanca
Tipo de Uva: 100% Listán Blanca
Contains sulphites
Alcohol: 12.50%
Production area: Spain Canary Islands
Type of grape: Listán Blanca
Contains sulphites
Since the very beginning in 2006, this small and family-run winery has opted for the native varieties of the area and the use of traditional training methods of Valle de la Orotava, thus preserving the rich winegrowing heritage of this region, which goes back five centuries. Valle de la Orotava is considered the origin of the vineyards on the island of Tenerife. Today, a large part of the identity of the wines from Suertes del Marqués, both whites and reds, are based on the unique expression of the native variety Listán.
Pictures and situation Suertes del Marqués
Tenerife, with an area of 2,034km2, is the largest and most populous of the Canary Islands, known internationally as the “island of eternal spring”. This island also unites the most wine DOs, among them the DO Valle de la Orotava, where today the identity of its wines, whites and reds, are based on the particular and unique character of the native Listán grape variety.
Pictures and situation D.O. Valle de la Orotava