£ 27.16/ btl 0.75 L
Details for José Pariente Finca Las Comas 2016
Bottle size and vintage
José Pariente Finca Las Comas is the first parcel wine from the winery founded by Victoria Pariente. It is a unique and very personal interpretation of the Verdejo grape.
It is made from grapes from a centennial vineyard, a small plot of 2.43 hectares on gravelly, limestone and stony soils.
The fermentation and aging of this wine is carried out in Austrian oak casks with an exhaustive work on the lees, for twelve months, and the result can not be better: an intense, fatty and unctuous wine, with great finesse on the nose and great volume in the mouth.
Grilled fish / Smoked / Rice with fish / Risotto
- Soil:Limestone / Stony / Stony
- Climate:Continental with atlantic influence
- Ageing period:12 months
- Type of wood:Austrian oak
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC
Bodegas José Pariente
Bodega José Pariente started up in the 1960s, realising the dream of a vine grower, José Pariente. Passionate about his land and its star variety, the Verdejo, he began to produce hand-crafted wines. In 1998, his daughter Victoria, having inherited that same passion and being a qualified oenologist, established the present winery with the intention of making superior white wines and thus paying homage to her father. And so the story continues: Martina is the third generation ...