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Señorio de Sarria Moscatel

 DO Navarra (100% Small-grain Moscatel) 500 ml “A naturally sweet Moscatel – aromatic with raisins and honey on the palate. Lovely to savour, or enjoy with cheeses and desserts. Golden yellow colour. Intense and aromatic nose, ample and sweet in the mouth with delicious viscosity. Long and seductive, showing candied orange peel, honeysuckle, peach and honey characters – also with notes of hay, tarragon and apricot. Clean and fresh acidity on the finish.”  ~All About Wine UK City of Origin: Puente la Reina (Navarra) Grapes: 100% Small-grain Moscatel Total Number of Bottles: 20,000 bottles Winemaker: Milagros Rodriguez Age of Vines: 6 years on average Vineyard Size: 210 hectares Vine Density: 3,500 Vines/hectare Soil Composition: Limestone, Eocene and Miocene marls Filtration: Yes Harvest Method: Mechanical Training: On wire Fermentation Method: Stainless steel tanks Fermentation Period: 2 hours Fermentation Temperature: 13 degrees Celsius Malolactic Fermentation Method: N/A Malolactic Fermentation Temperature: N/A pH: Not.
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Bodegas de Sarria

Señorio de Sarria Moscatel Señorio de Sarria Chardonnay Señorio de Sarria Rose Señorio de Sarria Viñedo #7 Graciano Señorio de Sarria Viñedo #8 Mazuelo Señorio de Sarria Tinto Roble Señorio de Sarria Crianza Señorio de Sarria Reserva Señorio de Sarria Gran Reserva Señorio de Sarria Reserva Especial Although the winery was founded in 1953, history shows that this land has been used for cultivating vines for many centuries. There is a close link between the history of Navarra and the history of the Señorío, as one of the lords of Sarría, Juan de Azpilicueta, covered the expenses of the studies of his brother, St. Francis Xavier, patron saint of Navarra, with the income obtained from the exploitation of these lands. Located in Puente La Reina, at the heart of the Pilgrims´ Way to Santiago, Señorío de Sarría finds itself in an area that offers excellent climate and soil conditions, enabling.
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DO Navarra

Bodegas Aroa  (Zurukoain, Navarra) Bodegas De Sarria  (Puente la Reina, Navarra) The diversity of climates and landscapes A key characteristic of the D.O. Navarra area is the extraordinary diversity of its climate and landscape wich spread across more than 100 kilometres lying between the area around Pamplona in the north and the Ebro river plain to the south. The fact is that Navarra enjoys an exceptional location, one which is practically unique in the Iberian Peninsula and is marked by the confluence of the Atlantic, Continental and Mediterranean climates. The proximity of the Bay of Biscay, the influence of the Pyrenees and the temperate incluence of the Ebro valley are all key factors in giving Navarra its unique range different climates. These climatic differences mark the Navarran landscape, where more than 11,500 hectares dedicated to the Designation of Origin are distributed across the different ecosystems and crop growing conditions: slopes; river.
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