Pago Los Balancines
Single 75cl bottle

Alunado Sauvignon Blanc

**Last bottles available!**

This wine comes from a certified organic vineyard. Our vineyard is worked according to ecological guidelines through our own conviction.

Alunado is Vol. 0 of our Bootleg Wines collection. Distinctive homage wines in a very limited edition. Alunado was the original wine and with it we pay homage to the moon and the stones that brought our dream to fruition.

This wine is only put on the market when the harvest has been exceptional.

PRODUCER

Pago Los Balancines

WINE NAME

Alunado Sauvignon Blanc

COUNTRY

Spain

REGION

Extremadura (Badajoz)

SUB REGION

Oliva de Mérida

ESTATE

Los Balancines

ALTITUDE

450 metres

APPELLATION

D.O. Ribera del Guadiana

VINTAGE

2014

GRAPE VARIETY

Sauvignon Blanc

HARVEST

Manual picking at night

AGEING

13 months on fine lees in French oak barriques

ALCOHOL CONTENT

13.5% ABV

COLOUR

White

PRODUCT TYPE

Still wine

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

SOLD AS

Single 75cl bottle

CASE QUANTITY

6x 75cl bottles

AWARDS AND RATINGS

Great Gold Medal Monovino 2016 (Best Spanish white wine with barrique ageing)
Bronce Medal CWSA
92 points SeVi Guide
92 points Guilbert & Gillart Guide

WINEMAKER

Pedro Mercado

LIMITED EDITION

4,000 bottles (numbered). The Bootleg Wines collection Vol. 0

PRODUCT CODE

PT-SB-NT00

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Alunado Sauvignon Blanc

Tasting notes

Straw in colour with golden glints. On the nose it is distinctive for its fresh fruity aroma of stone fruit, peach and apricot. Fine lees, aromatic pastry, spiced oak. In the mouth it is flavourful, rounded, powerful, fruity and balanced.

Alunado Sauvignon Blanc

Food pairing notes

Perfect with fish, poultry, oriental food and oysters.

Suggested serving temperature: 6ºC to 8ºC

Alunado Sauvignon Blanc

Winemaker notes

The organic grapes used in this wine are hand harvested, and at night in order to preserve maximum freshness.

The individual character of Alunado derives from the way it is made. In fact, this wine is only put on the market when the harvest has been exceptional. The grapes undergo a very gentle de-stemming, separating them from the stalk ready for pressing with the greatest delicacy. Only the highest quality must, the free-run juice from a very gentle first pressing, is used for Alunado. Once the must is clear and ready to be converted into wine, the process of transformation begins in small capacity tanks. Once fermentation has begun, the wine is transferred to barriques in which the fermentation and subsequent ageing are completed.

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