Since her father’s death in 2015, Victoria (Vicky) has been the sole owner and caretaker of her family’s centenarian winery in La Palma, Canary Islands. La Palma is in the northern part of the archipelago, further west into the Atlantic from the African continent. Like the other islands that form the archipelago, the soils are volcanic, the terrain rugged and uneven, and climactic conditions are extreme. Temperatures soar to volcanic heights, and the vineyards are constantly whipped by Atlantic winds.
This is a very special area where Phylloxera never appeared. From various plots and zones around the island. All organic farming, with only native yeasts and no chemicals added. The wine is vinified dry in tank; about 2/3rds stay in 600L oak until bottling. The wine is medium-bodied, and incredibly aromatic -white flowers and citrus blossoms. A beautiful wine to be romanticized by, as it unfolds note by note in your glass. Sip this (not too cold) with fresh seafood, shrimp, langoustines, or grilled pulpo. Only 1,250 bottles produced!