Villa Narcisa Verdejo 2010
Javier Sanz's family have been winegrowers for four generations. Javier's great grandfather, Agustín Nanclares, started making wine from the grapes grown in their Villa Narcisa estate, which is the name given to Javier's premium wine. Javier has 104 hectares of his own vineyard and a modern winery, but maintains that the key to growing good grapes is a traditional relationship between the grower and the vine.
External Reviews for Villa Narcisa Verdejo
GOLD MEDAL - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2010 SILVER MEDAL - Selections Mondials des Vins 2010 BRONZE MEDAL - Decanter World Wine Awards 2010 Villa Narcisa is where Javier Sanz's Great Granmother first cultivated vines and is now the name of their flagship premium wine. The Verdejo is hand harvested and sorted in order to obtain maximum quality and to prevent oxidisation, harvesting is done by night and inert gas-blanketing of the grapes from vineyard to press is used. Grapes: 100% Verdejo Region: Rueda, Spain Maker : Javier Sanz Notes: Straw-coloured with golden glints, very clean and bright. Very fine, full of fruit, with anise, sweet grass, fennel and a mineral edge. The palate is Full-bodied and loaded with fruit, good structure and slight bitter hints typical of verdejo variety. Serve: At 8-10c with Paella, most fresh fish dishes, white meats in cream sauces and poultry ABV: 13%
Food Pairings for Villa Narcisa Verdejo
Vibrant flavours of grapefruit and bitter lemon with a lovely crisp and lingering finish.
Aged 2 months in Steel.
|Alcohol: 11.5%||pH: 3.2|
|Sugar: 1.2 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 5.1 grams per liter|
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