Wine Xímenez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
- GRAPE EXCHANGE: Pedro Ximénez grape
- TYPE OF WINE: White
- Designation of Origin: Jerez
- ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12,5º vol.
- SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 6º-8º C
- WINERIES: Xímenez Spínola
- TASTING NOTES: Wine of intense, clean and bright gold, with bulk density steely color. In intense nose with exceptional aromas of the late harvest and a mild aftertaste natural sweetness. High volatile point. Slight wonderful acidity in the mouth, with salty touch, surprisingly dry and nutty.
- BARREL AGING: 4 months
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Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest, maturity in a bottle
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Your Elaboration Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
This wine is born from the over-ripening in the vine 21 days after the usual harvesting, which means that the grapes that remain uncut in their dates of maximum concentration of water, will evaporate, acquiring natural degree and sweetness, without get to concentrate on extreme. The final yield of this wine is only 575 liters per ton of grapes, although occasionally it could be higher if the weather favors an early maturation, without losing much water.
It is fermented by controlling the temperature so that it can maintain residual sugar and later it is raised on its own lees, for 4 months in old American Oak barrels, which we previously wrapped with our oxidative aging wines. During its aging in wood, it produces a controlled "soft battonage" process in which new cask is avoided, so that the astringency and power of the oak, together with the intensity of its process, do not cause elegance or balance to be lost. final score.
What kind of wine is Xímenez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
an aging of about four months on its own lees and periodic battonages.
The Ximénez Spinola winery
Located in the south of Spain, in one of the areas with the greatest wine tradition, specifically in Jerez.
The winery is one of the oldest, and its beginnings date back to 1729. It has the privilege of being the only winery that from generation to generation has only been dedicated to the cultivation of the Pedro Ximénez grape. Currently it has the recognition of the authorities of "Pedro Ximénez Varietal Denomination of Own Accreditation".
Their family character that they continue to maintain, makes them to be producers of limited productions of a high quality.
Variety of grapes used in Xímenez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
The grape is 100% Pedro Ximénez, cultivated in limestone lands near the Guadalquivir river. In addition to the land, the area has one of the most amazing and warm climates in the world. Together with the humidity of the earth due to the proximity to such an important and abundant river, the development of the grape has the two basic elements to achieve a magnificent product: climate and humidity.
This grape has been implanted in Spain since 1519, and was brought by the German thirds of Charles I. Its origin is between the rivers Rhine and Moselle. It has great similarities with the grapes Riesling, Weissable "and" Elbling ", but that after its cultivation of so many years in Spain, it hardly has common aspects.
Wine pairing Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
To take with ham, salads, foie gras and cheeses.
Occasions on which Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest is appropriate
As an appetizer and before meals.
Price / quality ratio Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
Alcohol grade of Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
12.5º of graduation
Optimum service temperature of Ximénez Spínola Exceptional Harvest
Recommended to consume at 8º
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