La Ola del Melillero is the name of the first "tranquil" dry white wine that launches the Victoria Ordóñez winery on the market and for which the Pedro Ximénez grape from the Montes de Málaga, an autochthonous variety that has been disused for almost two years, has been used. centuries.
La Ola del Melillero is the name of the first "tranquil" dry white wine that launches the Victoria Ordóñez winery on the market. The wine is made with the Pedro Ximénez grape from the Montes de Málaga, an autochthonous variety that has been disused for almost two years.
This wine is unique in how it combines it combines elegance and freshness. It is made with the Pedro Ximénez variety (70%) and blended with some Moscatel (30%).
The wine is bright yellow. The nose is delicate with a bouquet of white flowers. On the palate it is balanced with acidity, freshness and complexity.
You can share this when serving the wine: The name chosen for this wine, La Ola del Melillero, refers to the sudden rise in sea level on the beaches of the capital of Málaga due to the arrival at the port of the high speed boat that sails the maritime route from Melilla to Malaga.
This phenomenon tends to catch foreign swimmers unaware. "La Ola del Melillero conveys freshness because it refers to the sea and to a surprising and refreshing fact", according to Victoria Ordoñez.
For the launch, attention has been paid to the design of the bottle and the label, which pays homage to the spas of Malaga in the 19th century, a time of splendor for the wines of Málaga.
- Tipo de Vino
- Pedro Ximenez, Moscatel
- Denominación de Origen
- DO Sierra de Málaga
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