The Viura variety gives fruity wines with floral notes however also has a notable acidity. The grapes underwent static maceration without destocking for 14 hours. Alcoholic fermentation was carried out at 14 – 16ºC for 15 days. The wine was bottled in February 2015 and should remain a couple of months in bottle before being released to the market.
This Viura 2014 shows a bright yellow colour with green tones. On the nose intense and fresh with fruit aromas such as apple and mango standing out over a base of citrus which gives freshness. On the palate fresh, very fruity with great volume. Balanced with a long and persistent finish.
This young fresh wine should be served well chilled and is ideal with salads, fish and white meats.