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Lucatoni Sauvignon Blanc Reserva

Location Estate: Yerbas Buenas Sub-region: Maule Valley Soil: Sandy loam   Viniculture Age of vines: 8 years Vine management system: Trellis Density: 3,330 plants/hectare (1,350 plants/acre) Yield: 12 tons/hectare (4.9 metric tons/acre) Harvest method: Hand picking, with double selection in vineyard, in the first week of March.   Climate Cool temperate climate with a Mediterranean rainfall regime, moderately warm summers (influence of the Andes mountains) and very rainy winters. Soil Shallow alluvial soils of sandy loam, brownish-gray, rocky; subsoil composed of boulders and rounded rocks in sandy matrix. Vinification Fermentation: Starts with active dry yeast (Cerevisiae) Temperature: 14-16 degrees Celsius (57-61 Fahrenheit); fermentation managed by a reductive method with minimal aeration, protecting the wine from oxidation. Aging: Batonnage with lees in stainless steel vats for two months. Tasting Notes Appearance: Bright greenish yellow. Nose: Intense nose of gooseberry, fresh hay, asparagus and apple. In mouth: Elegant with pleasant acidity and.
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Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla La Mancha

Bodegas Mirabueno (Castilla La Mancha) From north to sourth and east to west, Castilla La Mancha is an excellent land for winemaking. Some of its regions have been called “the cellars of Europe”, and the quality of its wines is recognized universally, both for its cultivation of foreign and domestic grape varietals. The varietals of grape cultivated are Viura, Tempranillo, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Aireén. Castilla La Mancha is composed of five regions, each with its own climates and topographies and thus different varieties of grape. Very deeply ingrained in the local customs, the vineywards have developed a local wine culture in which you can get to intimately know each winery and the land surrounding it. The ample modernization in the last third of the twentieth century has given birth to more than 600 brands of wines under the DO Tierra de Castilla designation, each with its own exceptional.
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DO Rueda

Bodegas Avelino Vegas The Denomination of Origin Rueda is one of the few European wine growing regions specialized in making white wine and in the preservation and development of the Verdejo, the autochthonous grape variety. Rueda wines are marked by the strong personality of the Verdejo grape, the incorporation of other varieties, and the vineyards themselves, which have learned to survive in a tough, almost hostile, environment in order to give their best to the wine. The Denomination of Origin Rueda was approved by the Ministry of Agriculture on January 12, 1980; it was the first Denomination of Origin to be approved in the Region of Castilla y León, after years of hard work in order to earn acknowledgement and protection for its autochthonous grape variety: the Verdejo. The Denomination of Origin Rueda possesses exceptional natural resources for the production of top-quality wines. Specialised in making internationally renowned white wines. Also,.
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