The grape from which La Encina del Inglés Blanco is made grows in vineyards between twelve and fifteen years old. The mountainous climate, with great thermal variations, together with the loamy and clayey soils, contribute specificity to the wine.
The harvest of the fruit is done manually, seeking to avoid damaging the grape. Already in the cellar a pneumatic pressing without skins is carried out and the bunches are left to ferment in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
Andalusia attracted during the s. XIX to many English romantics who, surprised by the character of this beautiful region, made it known to the world with their stories and drawings.
The winery wished to pay tribute to them with this dry, fresh and very fruity white wine, made from Moscatel Morisco, Doradilla and Pedro Ximénez, three indigenous varieties of Malaga that reflect the personality of this land that seduced them.
The palate is very fresh and enveloping, with a salty touch.
Tasting Notes Pale yellow color, very bright. Intense aroma of stone fruits, peaches, apricots, with discreet citrus and tropical notes. In the mouth it is very fresh and enveloping, with a salty touch. A round, balanced and friendly wine.
- Tipo de Vino
- Moscatel, Morisco, Doradilla
- Denominación de Origen
- DO Sierra de Málaga
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