Floral fragrance (rose, almond blossom and jasmine) with a hint of citrus before a slightly animal scent.
Lemon yellow with green reflections.
Fresh and light with a slightly salty finish.
Fine and elegant wine with a Mediterranean character and spicy notes. Notes of fennel, anise and laurel against a balsamic background.
..slightly salty dishes, rice and pasta with a light sauce, such as risotto but also excellent with the saffron note of paella.
Approx. 400m above sea level
Mediterranean-continental climate with cold nights due to the altitude and hot summer days tempered by a breeze from the sea.
It was directly pressed and fermented in a stainless steel tank for 15 days. Malolactic fermentation was carried out.
Luis Gutierréz the critic Robert Parker writes:
"They have changed the dry 2019 Casta Diva Cosecha Dorada Moscatel so that it depends more on terroir than variety. To do this, they have selected the plots that they think best fit this idea and added 10% other white grapes from the Mariana Alta zone to give it more juiciness and lightness. They are thinking of taking this idea a little further in future vintages. This wine is bottled unfiltered after some time in stainless steel. It is a little less varietal and more place-based, still recognisable and aromatic, quite light but with a little more volume, with some floral notes and a bitter hint on the finish. 15,000 bottles ".
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