Manual harvesting of white grapes with a high maturity favours the specific that the grape only needs to be made in those years in which the climatology favours the specific which the grape needs to make this particular style of wine. It is fermented in new American oak barrels, until we decide to stop it via chilling, decanting and filtration. The wine is returned to barrel for 8 months until it acquires its characteristic complexity and is finally bottled.
Golden bright. Intense and complex on the nose with an elegant Botrytis character. A very complex aroma, with balsamic notes from its crianza (ageing) in wood. It is rich and assertive in the mouth, with a perfect balance between sugar and acidity as well as integrated oak which gives a deep structure and a fine silky length. It is a wine to drink chilled as a partner to cheeses and desserts.