Dry white wine with the first bud that has been aged for 24 months under a veil of flower. Ideal to accompany fried and grilled fish and seafood. Cool and a sharp, stinging point


Socaire Blanco is a tribute, by the Primitivo Collantes Winery and its manager Primi Collantes in particular, to the traditional elaborations when in Cádiz the musts were fermented directly in 500-liter American oak casks, in this case without flower veil so the boots are completely filled, thus avoiding the development of the veil due to lack of oxygen. Aged for 24 months in the barrel, it is a wine that is released on the market as Vino de la Tierra de Cádiz, intense, with outstanding salinity, and that leaves no one indifferent.

Manual harvest of selected Palomino Fino grapes planted on albariza soil, from Pago Matalián, with alcoholic fermentation in 500-liter American oak casks and subsequent aging in contact with their lees for 24 months. Finally the wine stabilizes and is bottled after light filtering.

Pairings: All kinds of fish, seafood and rice.

Tasting note: Straw yellow color somewhat golden, clean and bright. On the nose, notes of white flowers predominate along with mineral aromas such as gypsum, wet earth, dried fruit, almonds, and sweet hints of honey caramel. On the palate it is voluminous, elegant, with a slightly salty finish and medium persistence.

Tipo de Vino
Denominación de Origen
VT Cádiz
Pairing - Moments
While you’re cooking
Pairing - People
Those who accompany you while you cook
Pairing - Music
Joaquín Sabina

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