Grupo Pesquera Alejairen La Mancha Spain 2014

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£19.99
TASTING NOTES

A soft golden colour in the glass. The taste is sumptuous with rich flavours of ripe apricot, brioche, honeycomb, crème brûlée and soft white flower notes found both in the nose and on the palate.


Ready to drink now although it will continue to evolve in the bottle.


Perfect with Iberian ham and foie gras.


The wine is aged 24 months in fine grain, 225-and 300-litre neutral American oak barrels with a light-to-medium toast.

Description

ALEJAIREN

The El Vínculo bodega is the result of Alejandro Fernández’s life long desire to make a classic La Tempranillo vines, which were perfectly acclimatised to local conditions. Once Alejandro Fernández and his daughter Eva had perfected the red wine process they decided to turn their attention to making a white wine from a very special yet almost for gotten variety – Airén. The fist vintage released on the market was 2007, made from grapes from the Paraje ‘a Golosa vineyard. The name, Alejairén, comes from Alejandro, its creator, and Airén the white native grape variety from La Mancha.

 

TASTING NOTES

A soft golden colour in the glass. The taste is sumptuous with rich flavours of ripe apricot, brioche, honeycomb, crème brûlée and soft white flower notes found both in the nose and on the palate.

Ready to drink now although it will continue to evolve in the bottle.

Perfect with Iberian ham and foie gras.

The wine is aged 24 months in fine grain, 225-and 300-litre neutral American oak barrels with a light-to-medium toast.

Additional Information
Name Grupo Pesquera Alejairen La Mancha Spain 2014
Description

ALEJAIREN

The El Vínculo bodega is the result of Alejandro Fernández’s life long desire to make a classic La Tempranillo vines, which were perfectly acclimatised to local conditions. Once Alejandro Fernández and his daughter Eva had perfected the red wine process they decided to turn their attention to making a white wine from a very special yet almost for gotten variety – Airén. The fist vintage released on the market was 2007, made from grapes from the Paraje ‘a Golosa vineyard. The name, Alejairén, comes from Alejandro, its creator, and Airén the white native grape variety from La Mancha.

 

TASTING NOTES

A soft golden colour in the glass. The taste is sumptuous with rich flavours of ripe apricot, brioche, honeycomb, crème brûlée and soft white flower notes found both in the nose and on the palate.

Ready to drink now although it will continue to evolve in the bottle.

Perfect with Iberian ham and foie gras.

The wine is aged 24 months in fine grain, 225-and 300-litre neutral American oak barrels with a light-to-medium toast.

Country of Production Spain
Price £19.99
Colour White
Type Still table wine
Profile Oaky
Country Spain
Region La Mancha
Appellation No
Grapes No
ABV 14%
Closure natural cork
Vintage No
Awards No
Points No
Bottle size Bottle 75cl
Drink from - until No
Wine Maker No
Producer No
Food matching No
Featured Product No