This new Fino is part of the Williams & Humbert Vintage Collection, wines made statically by the wineries' oenologist, Paola Medina, who has recently been featured in Decanter magazine for her work with biologically aged vintage wines.
Made with 100% Palomino Fino from Pagos de Añina and Carrascal, and with a very low production, this vintage has a high concentration, minerality and a wild touch.
|TASTE||On the palate it is dry, very mineral and full-bodied.|
|VITICULTURE||Made with 100% Palomino Fino from Pagos de Añina and Carrascal. The vineyards are between 20 and 60 years old and are planted on Albariza soils. Vintage 2012: very dry year. Rainfall: 398 mm and very warm. Very low production with 30% lower production. Wine with high concentration, minerality and a wild touch.|
|Winemaking||The project of the vintages is based on selecting musts that come from old vines of Pagos de Añina and Carrascal, which are fortified at 15o or 18o and left untouched to study where they evolve, spontaneously developing biological aging or aging. oxidative, unlike traditional sherry wines, the aging system is not "Solera y Criaderas", it is an exception since it is a static aging wine, that is to say that in the vintage del corresponding year, yolk must was selected, which became alcoholic and spontaneously over time due to the presence of flower yeasts in the environment, the flower veil developed naturally and in the case of not developing the flower began oxidative aging. In the 2012 harvest, yolk musts were selected. It was fermented at 17-22oC and fortified at 15.5, over time spontaneously due to the presence of flower yeasts in the environment, the flower veil developed naturally. Biological and static aging for 4 years in 600L American oak casks. Classified as Fine in 2016.|
|SERVING TEMPERATURE||8ºC - 10ºC|