Grapes: Caiño y Sousón
Climate: Mediterranean microclimate
Elaboration: Crushed with the feet in wooden barrels 300L. Fermentation with the same 100% scratch without yeast inoculation. Devatting, pressing and completion of MLF and FAL in barrel.
Aging: 11 months in French oak
If we talk about the Atlantic character of certain Galician wines, it is a must to talk about ALGUEIRA FINCAS. It is made with very Atlantic varieties such as Caíño and Sousón, with clusters on foot, macerations of 15 days and aging for 12-15 months in chestnut and French oak barrels of 225 and 300 liters. The wine is of a garnet red color with a marked violet rim of middle layer, with very balsamic notes of the menthol range, red fruit and orange rust. It is a spicy character reminiscent of the Galician Atlantic forest (oak inflorescences, nettle). On the palate it is a very fresh and acid wine, with a crispy, citric and persistent tannin has a very meaty finish.