Elaborated from the mixture of varieties of grape that reached their optimum point of maturation are harvested manually in boxes of 20 kg. They are gently pressed and, as in the 1970s, the must is taken to a concrete tank for debourbage. The alcoholic fermentation is carried out in stainless steel tanks and after this process the wine will go together with the fine lees to complete its ageing in used barrels of 300, 400 or 500 litres that have previously contained two or three wines. The wine rests in these barrels for around 8 months, with periodic tastings. The uniqueness of this wine lies in the contribution of a small amount of manzanilla. The manzanilla has been elaborated according to the traditional method followed by a biological raising under a veil of flower. This breeding contributes to the
peculiar organoleptic characteristics of the Classic Monopole providing aromas of chamomile and nuts, increasing the sensation of freshness due to its acidity and achieving a long and persistent aftertaste. With all this we will achieve a wine that preserves both the qualities of the variety and the peculiarities of the whites of yesteryear.
Tasting Notes monopole clásico
Straw yellow colour with golden tonalities. On the nose it is an interesting wine due to its complexity, we notice not only fruits such as pear, apple, white currant and white flowers, but also more complex aromas of dried fruits and spices. On the palate our senses perceive softness, notes of salinity and a final elegant acidity that gives us freshness and a retronasal to flowers and nuts.