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Escolinas Blanco de Cangas 2019Escolinas
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Escolinas Albarín Blanco is a fragrant and delicate wine that shows the verticality and character of the true Albarín grown in an extreme climate.
Finca Escolinas is a hillside with a steep slope and excellent exposure, cultivated on terraces on the banks of the River Narcea that gives it a moderating influence on temperature. The soils are gravel and are cultivated with organic fertilization, very low plant loads and manual harvest. Escolinas Albarín Blanco is a fragrant and delicate wine that shows the verticality and character of the true Albarín grown in an extreme climate. To the manual harvest in boxes of 15 kg is added a vinification in a 5000-liter steel tank and a lees stay of about two months. For freshness, the wine does not undergo malolactic fermentation and is refined in the bottle in the cellar before being put on sale.
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- 75 cl
- DOP Cangas
- Albarin Blanco
Monasterio De Corias S/N, 33800 Cangas De Narcea, España
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