Citrus aromas, almonds, yeast and salt and a light floral scent of orange blossom and notes of anise.
Intense gold yellow
The wine is very dry on the palate, has a medium body and a light finish. It is reminiscent of citrus fruits, very elegant and a little bitter on the finish.
This wine is unusual and unique: it has a strong citrus note and the combination with the yeasts gives it very different notes of almonds and aniseed. It is fresh, floral (orange blossom) and very complex. One should definitely get to know this "Tio" (uncle).
...smoked dishes, nuts, fish and seafood.
Approx. 400 m above sea level
Mediterranean-continental climate with cold nights due to the altitude and hot summer days tempered by a breeze from the sea.
In 225 litre American oak barrels
Three years in oak barrels
Luis Gutierréz the critic Robert Parker writes:
"I was very much looking forward to the organically matured 2016 Tío Raimundo, the third vintage of this Moscatel aged under a veil of yeast. The 2016 was not made in 2015 but already has the flor veil in the barrel, where they make a solera with just the yeasts (it's not a blend of vintages) and where the wine ages for three years. This wine is completely different and I would say unique. It is very citrusy and the combination with the yeasts gives it very different notes of marzipan, fresh and floral (orange blossom), with notes of aniseed, very complex. It is perhaps less structured than the 2014; it feels a little sharper and has a chalkier texture. Different barrels were used: French, American and Hungarian oak and also some acacia wood, which seems to go very well with Moscatel. 1,200 bottles were produced. It was bottled in March 2020."
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