Wine Alodia Alcañon
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Alcañon
- TYPE OF WINE: White
- Designation of Origin: Somontano
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13º vol
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 7º C
- WINERIES: Alodia
- TASTING NOTES: Striking greenish yellow color. Its power and aromatic quality stand out. The initial freshness is provided by citrus impressions on a smoky backdrop, giving way to memories of white meat fruits, pear, banana and coconut and the end is prolonged with notes of vanilla and a slight cinnamon.
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Making Alodia Alcañon wine
The grapes are destemmed and macerated with the skins at a low temperature for a few hours. After gentle pressing, it undergoes cryo fermentation at a very low temperature to extract the maximum aromatic and alcoholic potential.
A fraction of the must is fermented in new American oak barrels in order to obtain greater complexity in the final wine.
What kind of wine is Alodia Alcañon
Its power and aromatic quality stand out. The initial freshness is provided by the citrus impressions on a smoky backdrop, giving way to memories of white meat fruits, pear, banana and coconut and the end is prolonged with notes of vanilla and a slight cinnamon.
The Alodia winery
Bodegas Alodia was born in 2005 as the personal project of its winemaker, Sergio Labata. Sergio first trained as an agricultural engineer and then a winemaker. After working in various wineries in Somontano and a brief stay at HopeState Wines' Australian winery in New South Wales, he started his own winery. Since its inception, Bodegas Alodia has stood out among the wineries of the denomination for its unique production in the world, using innovative techniques such as wines without added sulphites or sparkling wines (champenoise method) and betting on the three unique Somontano varieties: Alcañón, Parraleta and Moristel.
Denomination of Origin of Alodia Alcañon wine
It belongs to the DO Somontano, in this denomination of origin its wines are known for their elegance and personality. Mono-varietal elaborations predominate
The vineyard land of the Somontano Denomination of Origin has three distinct areas: the mountains, the Somontano and the plains. Its total area is 200,000 hectares of surface of which about 100,000 are cultivated. Of the latter, 4,400 hectares are dedicated exclusively to vineyards.
Somontano wines have grape varieties from more than 4,400 hectares of plantations. They are the base from which its good Somontano wines are born: Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot, Tempranillo, Syrah, Garnacha Tinta, Moristel, Parraleta, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Macabeo, Sauvignon Blanc, Garnacha Blanca, Riesling or Alcañón are some of them. .
Somontano is characterized by having cold winters and hot summers with significant changes in temperature at the end of spring and autumn. The average annual temperature is 11 degrees Celsius.
Somontano Denomination of Origin wines have very peculiar characteristics: very good alcohol content, fruity and with perfect acidity. In conclusion, they are wines very adapted to current tastes. Buying Somontano wine will give us exclusivity and confidence that we have chosen our wine correctly.
Grape varieties used in Alodia Alcañon wine
Varieties: 100% alcañon
Manual harvest selected in boxes of 15 kg. Double selection in the winery bunch by bunch and even grain by grain.
Loose soil, abundance of clay and reddish gravel. High-rise farm, very ventilated and sunny. Sheltered by the Sierra de Guara in the highest part of Adahuesca.
Alodia Alcañon wine pairing
To take with Fish, seafood, salads, sushi, carpaccio, artichoke, green asparagus
Occasions to drink Alodia Alcañon wine
Ideal wine to accompany
Quality / Price ratio of Alodia Alcañon wine
Good value for money.
Alcohol degree of Alodia Alcañon wine
It has a degree of alcohol of 13º vol.
Ideal drinking temperature of Alodia Alcañon wine
It is recommended to serve at 7º C
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