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Carrasviñas

Wine Carrasviñas

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White 0,75L

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Description

  • GRAPE EXCHANGE: Verdejo grape
  • TYPE OF WINE: White
  • Designation of Origin: Rueda
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13º vol.
  • SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 8º-10º C
  • WINERIES: Félix Lorenzo Cachazo
  • TASTING NOTES: Color greenish straw yellow, very attractive. Nose high intensity and herbaceous anise character. The palate is elegant, fruity and slightly greasy.
  • MARK / PRODUCER: Félix Lorenzo Cachazo
  • ORIGIN: Pozaldez, Valladolid-Spain

Description:

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Made from century-old grapes from the region.

Special characteristics of the wine:

Elaboration of Carrasviñas 

Reception of the grapes in the winery, destemmed - crushed with a light pressing to extract the must yolk. A static settling is carried out, aided by the cold, to pass to an alcoholic fermentation at low temperature (never above 15ºC) for 3 or 4 weeks, then we carry out a transfer to eliminate the thick lees and thus be able to work for several months. the fine lees rich in mannoproteins that will give our wines a complexity and structure in the mouth that will give them a final touch of elegance. Finally, a clarification, stabilization and light filtration is carried out to later conclude with its bottling.

What kind of wine is Carrasviñas 

Complex young white wine

Lorenzo Cachazo winery

Bodegas y Viñedos Ángel Lorenzo Cachazo is located in the town of Pozaldez, province of Valladolid, and is part of the Rueda Denomination of Origin-the first D.O. of white wines from Spain and a great winemaking tradition.
It has been in operation since 1988 and its philosophy is based on the pillars of our family heritage and local tradition: the family's grandparents and great-grandparents already took care of their vineyards to produce grapes with which they later made the wines of the old “Tierra de Medina” , with a long tradition and famous thanks to the old Fairs of Medina del Campo.
With the new facilities, it went from a more traditional production to a more modern production, without ever neglecting the quality of the harvested grapes.

Denomination of origin of Carrasviñas 

The Rueda designation of origin is located in the provinces of Valladolid, Segovia and Ávila.
The grapes, Verdejo, Sauvignon Blanc, Viura and Palomino Fino are produced there.
It has 11,700 hectares of vineyards and 55 wine-producing wineries.
Its white wines are world famous, although red and rosé wines are also produced.

Variety of grapes used in Carrasviñas wine

Variety: 100% Verdejo grapes
Manual and mechanical harvest.
The trellised vineyards are harvested mechanically and at night, taking advantage of the absence of sunlight and low temperatures to avoid oxidation in the musts.

Carrasviñas wine pairing

Rice with fish, octopus or cuttlefish, seafood, sushi, white fish.
Grilled meats or tuna tartare

Occasions in which Carrasviñas is appropriate

At meals with friends.

Quality / price ratio of Carrasviñas 

Good value for money

Degree of alcohol of Carrasviñas 

It came with a 13º vol. degree of alcohol.

Ideal consumption temperature of Carrasviñas 

Its ideal temperature to drink it should be 8º-10º C


 


 

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