Palate:Expressly fruit, floral and varietally bright with fine tannin superimposed over the smoky and spicy volcanic minerality characteristic of the Valle de la Orotava.
Vinification: Hand harvested from a 0.25ha tiny plot un-grafted vines on sandy clay and volcanic soils, 20% whole cluster, natural yeast fermentation in 600L tanks, 21 day maceration with manual pigeage. 14 months in a 500L and 228L French oak barrels. Sustainable, with organic practices.
Recommended Food Pairing: Mildly spicy Chinese sausage or South African Yellow Rice.