The wine of Alicante is Vinalopó. The produce of these high lands that bring in winds from the sea and from the continent.
Sauvignon Blanc from wild slopes, with roots on limestone crags. Complex on the nose with notes of fresh herbs and tropical fruits.
Fresh on the palate with a slightly citrusy finish.
Best consumed within 12 months of purchase.
Serving temperature: between 6°C and 8°C
Area: D.O. Alicante
District: Alto Vinalopó
Grape varieties: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Harvest: second fortnight in August
Altitude: 500-600 metres above sea level
Climate: the average annual temperature ranges from 6°C to 24°C; over 3,000 hours of sunshine per year
Soil: mostly limestone, loams and clays
Terrain: valleys with SW/NE Prebaetic System corridors transitioning between the Manchegan and Levantine landscapes
Annual precipitation: 250 mm on average per year
Vine age: between 10 and 15 years
Fermentation at 15°C in stainless steel tanks
Alcohol content: 12%
Total acidity: 6.1 g/l as tartaric acid
Volatile acidity: 0.35 g/l as acetic acid
Format: Bright Moss Bordeaux Bottle, 75 cl.
Weight: 14.6 kg