This wine belongs to Bodegas Salado, founded in 1810 in the village of Umbrete (Seville), famous for its must, being this winery its maximum exponent within the Seville Aljarafe.
It has a total of 70 hectares of albariza high lands and vines with varieties of grapes Pedro Ximénez and Garrído Fino, the result of a sunny and warm climate, which maintains the excellent production of both classic wines, such as must, and the most innovative wines.
Turdetano Blanco Roble is a dry, woody white wine that sums up elegance and good manners, an original coupage that gives it its own personality: Verdejo, Garnacha Blanca, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are the mix of varietals with which this unctuous and elegant white is made, a rarity in this Sevillian wine region.
Turdetano Blanco Roble is aged for six months in American oak barrels. The aging in wood gives it body, smoothness and toasted notes, as well as a slight golden tone to a clean and bright pale yellow color. A hint of tropical fruit and a good acidity with a touch of herbs that gives it a certain bitterness at the end.
Tell this when serving it: The name refers to the pre-Roman town of Turdetania, which lived in the south of the peninsula, covering the valley of the Guadalquivir from the Algarve to the Sierra Morena, occupying most of present-day Andalusia, coinciding with the ancient territories of the Tartessos civilisation. The label is inspired by the waves that decorated the earthenware jars of the Turdetan period where the wines were fermented.
- Tipo de Vino
- Verdejo, Garnacha Blanca, Sauvignon Blanc y Chardonnay
- Denominación de Origen
- VT Sevilla
- Pairing - Moments
- An ordinary someday
- Pairing - People
- The brother with which you’ve something special
- Pairing - Music
- Vetusta Morla