Viña Esmeralda Blanco
Moscatel de Alejandría and Gewürztraminer. Brilliant straw yellow. Very fragrant, with delicate floral (rose) and fruit (lychee) notes. Soft and seductive on the palate with a luscious (acacia honey) finish.
“The Mediterranean breeze blends with the scent of roses, which grow around our vineyards further inland, to bring us our most cherished gem: Viña Esmeralda. A pleasure to share that evokes the beauty of the Mediterranean and its unique places.”
Grapes: Moscatel de Alejandría and gewürztraminer
Time of Harvest: Moscatel de alejandría – Early September & Gewürztraminer – Mid-September
Vinification Process: The grapes undergo fermentation in stainless steel under controlled temperature for 14 days.
Alcohol Content: 11.50%
Cellaring: Up to 2 years
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