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Fragantia Nº6

Wine Fragantia Nº6

2017

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0,75 L

6.84 £/btl

5.49 £/btl
Units: 6 Total: 32.94£ ADD

Description

  • GRAPE EXCHANGE: Moscatel grape
  • TYPE OF WINE: White
  • Designation of Origin: V.T.Castilla-La Mancha
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT:
  • SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 10º-12º
  • WINERIES: Finca Constancia
  • TASTING NOTES: Fragrant, cheerful, fresh, jovial ... full of sensations. "Fragantia 6" is light, with low alcohol content and a great predominance of fruit. A bunch of exotic fruits and a thousand white flowers, light and sweet.

Description:

Muscat wine bottle Frangania Nº6

Fragrant Nº6 a muscatel grape wine with aroma.
Special features of the wine:

Elaboration Fragrantia Nº6 

We do night harvest in the month of September, looking for the coolest moment of the night. It is noteworthy to mention that the grapes remain submerged in carbonic snow from the collection until the moment of pressing. To extract all the aromas contained in the skins, we made a pre-fermentative cold maceration at 5ºC for 5 hours. We then proceed to a gentle pressing, extracting only the flower must. The process ended naturally when the perfect balance between acidity, alcohol content and sugar was found. The wine is kept at 0ºC until its right moment of bottling to preserve all the natural carbon coming from the fermentation. The gas contained in Fragantia is obtained during fermentation and is absolutely natural. Therefore, the bubble is perfectly integrated into the wine, making it have a sparkling mouth.

Type of wine Fragantia Nº6 

Your letter of introduction is its aroma, just open the bottle, and once hypnotized by this fresh Muscat, the only thing left is to let it finish seducing you with its freshness and intoxicating mouth. Fragrant, cheerful, fresh, jovial ... full of sensations. Fragantia 6 is light, with low alcohol content and a great predominance of fruit. A bunch of exotic fruits and a thousand white flowers, light and sweet.

The winery Finca Constancia 

Finca Constancia is an avant-garde winery, perfectly integrated into the landscape, where the protagonist is the vineyard. Designed by the architect Gonzalo Tello, it has been conceived to work efficiently in it, while integrating into the landscape where it is located, with cutting-edge technology.
Visually it is divided into three modules perfectly differentiated by the materials they use and which are a faithful reflection of the phases of the winemaking process: the stainless steel wing that houses the fermentation tanks, the glass where the bottling plant is located and the wood that the barrel room collects, this room has a capacity for 1500 barrels with an average life of 5 years.
The design of the vineyard and the winery allows to control the traceability of the wines by the origin of the grapes of each plot. In this way, the quality of the grapes can be assessed according to the different treatments carried out, as well as experimenting with various cultivation and processing techniques. They are always harvested and processed each variety separately, as they reach the optimum degree of maturity.
In the underground nursery, there are 1200 oak barrels resting on metal sleepers at three heights.
For its part, the social area of ??the winery, focused on wine tourism, has a store, recreation rooms and meetings overlooking the vineyard, as well as a room integrated into the barrel house.

The Denomination of V.T Castilla-La Mancha 

The denomination Castilla-la Mancha is the largest extension of vineyards in Spain. Within it you can find the following names:
DO. Almansa, D.O. Jumilla, D.O Manchuela, D.O. Ribera del Júcar, D.O. Uclés, D.O, DO Valdepeñas D.O. Mondéjar D.O. Méntrida and D.O. The Stain. DO Jumilla.
Highlight the particularity of the Denomination of Origin Jumilla, which has its headquarters in Jumilla (Murcia), but an important part of its extension and production corresponds to the community of Castilla La Mancha.
Castilla La Mancha also has different quality wines classified as Pago Wines, which guarantee the origin of the grapes from a geographical area with specific characteristics.

The Moscatel grape

A very aromatic and sweet grape that transmits its characteristic to the wines.
It is grown mainly on the Mediterranean coast because of its need for heat and humidity.
It is one of the oldest grapes known and although its origin is unknown, it is believed that its origin is Alexandria.
The Greeks introduced it to France and later it spread to other countries. This grape gives origin to some 200 grape varieties.

Wine pairing Fragantia Nº6 

Take with pasta with mushrooms, risotto or blue cheeses.

Occasions where Fragrantia Nº6 is appropriate

It is ideal to take in the appetizers

Quality / price ratio Fragrantia Nº6 

Correct price quality ratio

Graduation and optimum service temperature Fragrantia Nº6 

6º grade It is recommended to consume between 10º-12º


"Its aroma is your business card."

 


 

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