WINE MAKING NOTES
The grapes are de-stemmed and processed separately in a 3000-liter tanks by spontaneous fermentation with yeasts from Mencía. Once the alcoholic fermentation is finished, 80% of each tank is aged separately in 225-liter French oak barrels, where it undergoes malolactic fermentation in a natural way and then ages for 8 months. At 8 months the coupage is refreshed with 20% of unaged wine. The wine rests and is filtered for several weeks by gravity. No further clarification or filtering is carried out prior to bottling to guarantee its complexity and structure. The bottling is carried out in August while it is placed in boxes for a perfect rest without movement in the bottle to fully integrate its characteristics.
Ruby red with violet edges. On the nose Very expressive, lively and great aromatic potential, with notes of berries, raspberry and bramble. On the palate leaves wide velvety sensations, with good acidity and an expressive tannic finish, highlighting the vigor and fruitiness of its tannin. Overall, it stands out for its harmonious character and the strength and nobility of the varietal identity.
WINE MAKING NOTES
The grapes are de-stemmed and stored in 2200-liter tank where it ferments spontaneously after a few days in cold maceration. The fermentation with autochthonous yeast is combined with daily movements two times a day in order to homogenize the deposit and make the fermentation easier. The malolactic fermentation is done slowly in the 225 liter barrels, old barrels to avoid too much woody taste and keep the natural flavors. The ageing is done for 14 months and several decantation processes are carried out, so the wine is naturally filtered before being bottled. The bottling is done in March and bottles are kept resting without movements for some months, so the characteristics are integrated before going on sale.
Cherry red with garnet edges. Medium-high intensity, with candied berries, powerful and aromatic wine with vanilla tones. Complex with sweet fruit flavors and powerful structure. It came with a long journey with dry but ripe tannins.
WINE MAKING NOTES
Wine produced with 100% Godello grapes from the family lands, mainly from the town Villalibre de la Jurisdicción, from where it takes its name. A tribute to summer and the green, lush colors of the vines in peak condition. The wine harvest is carried out manually, carefully selected in 20kg baskets. The destemming process takes place at the winery’s entrance, and then pressed to initiate fermentation in stainless steel vats. The harvest begins early, with the aim of finding the appropriate balance between acidity and freshness. The grape juice is cleaned at low temperature for 24 hours. A young wine that matures with its fine lees for several months, at the end of which it is decanted and filtered. After 8 months it is bottled and left to rest in boxes.
It appears pale yellow with a slightly greenish rim, with fine and slow-falling droplets. On the nose, citric notes, flowers, and white fruit are characteristic. In the mouth, it has a certain density and vertical acidity, in the aftertaste citric notes with a short finish appear again.
All of the wines at Cardel Wines are carefully chosen for the natural,
organic properties and unique tasting notes.
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