On the verge of extinction, the Pardevalles technical team decided to opt for its development, after the results of micro-production tests.
Very pleasant and suitable for winemaking, it has started to re-emerge, being a great discovery for seekers of unique and distinctive wines.
The grape has a shiny, yellowish-green coloration and oval shape. Early maturing, it produces highly aromatic, unctuous wines with remarkable body.
Made 100% with Albarín Blanco. Mechanical, nocturnal harvesting. Cold maceration for 48 hours. Drawing off, pressing, and static racking of the must for a further 48 hours. Fermentation in 150 hl stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 13 ºC.
View: A bright yellow colour with greenish highlights.
Nose: An aroma of fresh fruits, with vegetable and herbaceous notes standing out, enhancing the overall complexity.
Palate: Fresh, acidic, fruity, full-bodied and flavourful and lingering in the mouth. Well balanced.
Alcohol content: 13,50%
Food pairing: It goes well with fish, pasta, seafood, and lightly-seasoned rice dishes. Serve at a temperature between 8 and 10 ºC.
In the news: 91 Tanzer points, 93 Guía Peñín (Peñin Guide) points, 91 Guía ABC (ABC Guide) points.
Prizes: Silver Medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2011. Bronze medal at the International Wine Challenge 2011.