£24.54/ 0.75 L btl
The Listán Negro grapes used to produce this wine come from the El Esquilón parcel. After destemming the grapes without pressing, the must undergoes alcoholic fermentation with natural yeasts for 14 days, with stirring by hand, at a temperature of 28º. After a post- fermentation maceration lasting 10 days, the wine is drawn off into new French (Allier) oak barrels, where malolactic fermentation takes place in contact with the lees, followed by ageing for at least 8 months, and finally, bottling without filtration. Due to this parcel's low yields, production is very limited per vintage.
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Bodega Suertes del Marqués
Bodega Soagranorte lies in 9 hectares of vineyards, situated on the island of Tenerife and right in the middle of La Orotava (Las Suertes), a famous wine-growing area. The estate extends over lands that vary in altitude from 350 to almost 700 metres above sea level.The majority of the vineyard site is taken up with centuries-old vines of the Listán Negro and Blanc grape varieties, grown on a multiple cordon system; in the rest of the vineyard there is a mixture of both young...