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Escolinas Blanco Castaño 2019Escolinas
It is a unique wine, not only shows the perfume and varietal elegance of Albarín Blanco, and the verticality and potential of the fresh climates of the north, but also the purity of the chestnut tree that decorates the green Asturian landscape. 600 bottles.
Integrated since 2012, within the Cangas del Narcea area (Principality of Asturias). The Escolinas project is the essence of an area of great potential, in which its fresh and direct wines are demanded by gastronomy. With the intention that fans can enjoy unique and charismatic wines, they mainly work with native varieties such as Albarín in whites and Carrasquín, Verdejo and Albarín Negro in reds. This wine has its origin in the highest levels and steepest slopes that surround the village of Cangas del Narcea. Vineyards of more than 60 years and floors of slate, limestone and clay. He remains with his fine lees and aging in 500 liter used French oak barrels for six months. No malolactic fermentation. It is a unique wine, not only shows the perfume and varietal elegance of Albarín Blanco, and the verticality and potential of the fresh climates of the north, but also the purity of the chestnut tree that decorates the green Asturian landscape. 600 bottles.
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- 75 cl
- Denominación de Origen
- DOP Cangas
- Tipo de Viticultura
- Tipo de Uva
- Albarin Blanco
Monasterio De Corias S/N, 33800 Cangas De Narcea, España
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