Type of wine:
Vino Tierno Moscatel Añejo
Appellation of Origin:
Varieties of grapes used:
Moscatel de Alejandría (Moscatel de Málaga)
Wine from the variety Moscatel de Alejandría, cultivated on the Axarquía hills, which slaty soil produces superior quality grapes.
The grapes are picked by hand and are laid out to dry in the sun on the “paseros” until its optimal graduation is obtained. The sun-dried grapes are then brought to the traditional “capachas” press, to obtain a grape must with a high sugar content, followed by a very slow fermentation process.
Maturing and aging:
48 months in American oak casks.
Actual alcoholic strength by volume of 15% Reducing sugars: 300 gr./l.
Lodine tone with amber background, sweetness of candid fruit, spicy. Flavoured in mouth, fleshy, persistent and well-balanced.
How to serve:
To be served between 14 and 18º C. As a dessert wine.
Silver medal: Premios Bacchus 2010
Silver medal: Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2010
Bronze medal: Premios Mezquita 2009
Gold medal: Premios Zarcillo 2009
Silver medal: Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2008
Silver medal: Premios Bacchus 2008