Tasting Note: Intense, complex aroma of tropical fruit highlighted by pineapple, mango, and banana over a base of citric fruit. On the palate it is ample and expressive with an acidity that gives it freshness with a persistent fruity finish.
Food Matching: Goes perfectly with smoked fish such as salmon and trout; oysters and clams; seafood such as spider crab, crawfish and small crab, white fish (sole, hake, turbot), grilled or baked fish (sea bass, sea bream and gilt head), salads, pasta and rice.
Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay.
Climate: Extreme continental climate.
Geology: High limestone and chalk content in the sub-soil.
Harvest: During this year we have contemplated how we went from one of the most atypical harvests in history, as was the 2018 characterized by the drought, to a diametrically opposed harvest, where the generous rains and cool temperatures, have delayed the harvest and left its imprint on the wines that we will enjoy in the coming months and years. The vine continues its cycle during a summer with normal temperatures and rains, without noticeable meteorological accidents and supported by a more than satisfactory water reserve. The maturation takes place slowly and although the maturation conditions are ideal, moist soil and moderate temperatures (with high contrast between day and night), the accumulated delay prepares us for a very late harvest. The first wines confirm a harvest of good quality, with wines less alcoholic and lighter and more acidic than previous vintages, with a predominance of fresh notes, citrus in white and red fruits in the case of red wines.
Residual sugar: 0,8.