Jorge Ordonez Victoria Malaga 2 2006
The wine shows our idea of Malaga wines with harmony between concentration and finesse, and it showcases the region of sun and mystique. Because of the extreme selection, the wine expresses a very fresh Muscat flavor, a lot of exotic flavors, and a very long taste. It takes nearly 19.8 pounds of grapes to produce one 375 ml bottle of Victoria, a wine with no botrytis, no added alcohol, and 258g/l of residual sugar.
Food Pairings for Jorge Ordonez Victoria Malaga 2
Definitely sweeter than at first it appears, mangos, lemons, orange, and yellow apples fill the wine's nose; the mouth is even more tropical with peaches, papayas and apricots. The wine's tropical fruit aromas and flavors are well balanced by some crisp acidity and dry stony mineral elements, and a lush sweetness gushes up in the lengthy finish.
3600 bottles produced.
Aged in French Oak.
Aged in Steel.
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