Socaire Blanco Oxidativo de Albariza, as it says on the label of this white wine, from Palomino Fino, made by Bodegas Primitivo Collantes, as a tribute to the white wines of yesteryear, fermented in American oak barrels, and with a complex aging of up to 60 months, first in the boot, then in the tank and finally in the bottle. The result is a complex, mature, full-bodied white wine due to its long aging but without those excesses of wood that other wines present, of course, with a certain oxidized character - hence the name - and which is labeled as Vino de la Land of Cádiz.
Made from Palomino Fino grapes on Albariza soil in Viña Matalián's own vineyards, in Chiclana de la Frontera. Fermentation in American oak casks where the wine is subsequently aged for 24 months, another 24 in stainless steel tanks, and finally after bottling for 12 more months, for a total of 60 months.
Pairings: Rice, fish, tartare, octopus, salted fish.
Tasting note: Golden color, bright, with reflections. Medium intensity nose, nuts, hints of smoke and a certain mineral character, chalk, lime. On the palate it has a good attack, with volume, balanced acidity and a little salty.
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- VT Cádiz
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