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Veronica Ortega continues to surprise. This Llorona, a monovarietal from Godello with small grain, conveys the mineral character of the sandy soils of Pieros, a town with high-altitude crops, in Bierzo. Light skin maceration and aging for 15 months in different types of barrels and stainless steel, assembled to finish it. Crisp and crystalline minerality.
In this Cobrana we find a very light style, with very little extraction, 100% whole bunch and a percentage of white grape, raised in amphora and barrel. The name of Cobrana is the name of the area where this vineyard is located, with heavily degraded slate soils in which wines have always been made, mixing all the grapes there was, and of direct pressing.
New Verónica Ortega wine from an old Mencía vineyard located in the town of Cobrana, and other local varieties such as Doña Blanca, Palomino and Godello. In this Kinki we are going to very light maturations, very low levels of alcohol and extraction, as well as combined aging in large barrels and 800-liter amphora that keep the fresh and light profile of...
Verónica Ortega, who surprised us with her splendid ROC and her little brother Quite, excites us again with a Godello of tiny production, called CAL. Why CAL? Because the estate is located on an old lime mine, which is already an anomaly in El Bierzo, where this type of soil is not common. Made in amphora of mud and barrels, with assembly prior to...