Agro de Bazan Albariño Rías Baixas Granbazán Ambar 2005

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Cold maceration is one of the pillars in the distinction of Granbazán wines. Collection is made by hand and in boxes, marking the beginning of the fermentation process of these elegant fruity wines. Maceration takes place between 5-7°C. The fermentation tanks are situated above the recipients of the must, meaning that the extracted must is done so only by means of gravity. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks over 1.5 months.

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A very strict and avant-garde wine-production process, added to the special care and effort made, is the way to obtain such prestigious products. Both our white and red wines and our delicious pomace, liquors and delicate foie gras have been awarded in the last few years the most outstanding acknowledgments and reviews both in the national and international scope, and have been mentioned in ... Read more
A very strict and avant-garde wine-production process, added to the special care and effort made, is the way to obtain such prestigious products. Both our white and red wines and our delicious pomace, liquors and delicate foie gras have been awarded in the last few years the most outstanding acknowledgments and reviews both in the national and international scope, and have been mentioned in the most popular media. However, the acknowledgement of our brands is obvious and reaches its splendour through the privileged place it has in the wine lists of the most prestigious national and international restaurant businesses. Read less

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Snooth User: George Parkinson
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5.00 5
07/25/2009

color - yellow gold; nose-apples & mineral; mouth-citrus & cream; finish - medium buy it, drink it, share it


Snooth User: momus
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4.00 5
07/19/2007

Four glasses



Cold maceration is one of the pillars in the distinction of Granbazán wines. Collection is made by hand and in boxes, marking the beginning of the fermentation process of these elegant fruity wines. Maceration takes place between 5-7°C. The fermentation tanks are situated above the recipients of the must, meaning that the extracted must is done so only by means of gravity. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks over 1.5 months.

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