In 1863 the family registered the 2.27 hectare vineyard of El Pago de Saltamontes that had survived the phylloxera outbreak. It now produces this elegant, unique, historic wine, the grapes for which are carefully harvested and chosen from vines over 150 years old and aged for nine months on its lees.
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It shows a beautiful golden yellow color with bright tones in a thin layer. Its nose is reminiscent of candied orange peel, bread dough, reminiscent of fennel and aromatic herbs. It is exceptionally smooth and creamy on the palate, with moderate acidity and a long, pleasant finish.
The aging on the lees gives this wine an exquisite creaminess and a smooth mouthfeel.
The texture and body of this wine allow it to be accompanied by more elaborate, spicy and tasty dishes, without forgetting vegetables, rice and fish. It can even be paired with a roast beef. The recommended consumption temperature is between 8 and 10 degrees.