The diversity of soils of the Empordà is well reflected in the various estates belonging to Castillo Perelada: slate in Garbet, gravel in La Garriga, clay loam in Malaveïna… Our bodega takes advantage of the different characteristics that each of these soil types bring to the grape to produce single-vineyard wines, known in Spain as vinos de finca. These are wines whose personalities are indelibly marked by the vineyard where they are born.
Finca La Garriga Blanco 2013

The La Garriga estate is 41 hectares of flat silt and clay land, with sand and gravel and neutral pH.

Designation of Origin: Empordà.

Varietals: Chardonnay (60%), White Carinyena (40%).

Harvest: Selected, hand harvested grapes from vinyard La Garriga.
Winemaking: Fermented in acacia barrels at a controlled temperature of 14°C.
Ageing: Eight months in new acacia barrels. Periodical battonages.

Graduation: 13,50% by Vol.
Free SO2: 20 mg/l.
Total SO2: 110 mg/l.
Total acidity: 3.50 g/l (s.a.).
Volatile acidity: 0.53 g/l (a.a.).
Residual sugar: 0.45 g/l.
Type of bottle: Borgogne, moss colour, 75 cl.
Tasting note: Golden yellow colour. Fruity aromas with hints of peach, orange and aromatic herbs perfectly balanced with the fine and delicate barrel notes. In the mouth it displays a lively acidity. It is enveloping, elegant, well balanced and long-lasting. It stands out for its unique complexity and personality.

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