Wine of overripe grapes



Classification: Wine of overripe grapes I.G.T.  (Typical Geographical Indication)
Place of origin: Audarya vineyard
Soil: clay-limestone soil at about 200 meters above sea level
Climate: Mediterranean, mild winters with limited rainfalls; sunny and windy summers
Average age of the vineyard: 20 years
Training system: espaliered bushes. Implantation density of 5000 plants per ha and production of 35 – 40 quintal
Raisining: naturally, cutting the fruiting cane on the fruiting wire.

Harvesting: by hand, in small baskets of 10 kg each and grapes selection in the wine cellar. Second decade of October.

Winemaking procedure: maceration on the skins for 36 hours, soft pressing and slow fermentation in stainless steel temperature-controlled vats.

Tasting Notes:

  • Colour: intense golden yellow
  • Nose: dehydrated apricot, wildflower honey and Mediterranean maquis
  • Palate: sweet and well-balanced, with a natural freshness due to the overripe.

Storage: controlled light, horizontal bottle, constant temperature 17° C and humidity 70%. Serving temperature  9-11°C
Food Matches: Almond based sweets, pine nut and raisin

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