£5.39/ btl 0.75 L
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Details for Juan Gil Moscatel Seco 2018
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A wine in which the omnipresent fruit of the Muscatel grape and the dryness of very elegant whites merge beautifully. The altitude of the vineyards (700 m) and consummate care in the winery make this Juan Gil an aromatic white that also pairs well with food, and will surprise even the most well-trained of palates.
Cheeses / Seafood / White meats / Salads / Pasta dishes / Fish
- Climate:Continental with mediterranean influence
- Vinification material:Stainless steel
- ViewStraw yellow / Greenish glints / Golden glints
- Bouquet:Stone fruit / Tropical fruits / Peach / Pineapple / Floral scents / Apricot
- Mouth:Fresh / Flavoursome / Fruit-forward / Citrus notes / Long finish / Pleasant / Harmonious / Croccante
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC
Lovely elegant dry Muscat
It's not easy to find a dry Muscat. This one, with it's light fruity taste is delicious. Perfect for a summer's day.by: Nikolaj (07/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Value for money
This wine is very nice and fruity. Serve it as a summer aperitif or to all food on the terrasseby: Hilld (06/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Great classy choice
This is an excellent, classy wine - at an excellent price. Yes, it's from moscatel, and moscatel usually means " sweet" wines. But Juan Gil has produced a wonderfully light, fresh, DRY wine with body and refinement, and just a touch of citric and floral sweetness. That being the case, it will go perfectly with fish and white meats. (I have found it a superb match for baked or roast salmon!) This wine immediately goes onto my "favourite" list.by: Jose L (14/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Sorprendente. Seco con notas citricas....muy interesante. Es un vino fácil de beber, no empalaga, acidez equilibrada. Vamos para repetir seguroby: W. Groth (08/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Preis / Leistung = perfekt !!!!!!!
Toller Wein für wenig Geld, passt sehr gut zu leichten Kost wie auch zu Fisch; oder auch nur so gekühlt als Aperitif.
Bodegas Juan Gil
The origins of Bodegas Juan Gil date back to 1916, when Juan Gil Jiménez built the winery. Today it's the fourth generation at the helm, combining traditional expertise with more contemporary equipment and knowledge. The present-day winery, which began operating in 2002, lies on very poor soils at an altitude of about 800 metres. The climate is extreme, with strong contrasts between day and night temperatures and rain practically non-existent. The stony sand and limestone ...