Albarino San Campio
The Albarino grapes comprising the 2016 Abadia de San Campio were selected from the vineyards located in Goian and were harvested from September 23rd to September 25th. These grapes were harvested following the necessary rains at the first of the month, which, after an extremely dry summer, gave rise to an excellent ripening process, providing an Albarino of great aromatic intensity and marked varietal power, with an outstandingly broad gustatory range.
This wine is made from the Albarino grown in our highest-altitude, less humid, cooler vineyards where there 1s a greater difference daytime-nighttime temperature differential, thus favoring slower ripening, giving us a fresher Albarino of great aromatic intensity, a greater degree of acidity and smoothness on the palate.
The grapes are harvested by hand and transported to the winery in crates weighing no more than 18 Kg, thus preventing the grapes from prematurely splitting open.
Following 6 hours of cold soaking, the traditional low-temperature fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats after adding native yeasts supplied from our own vineyards. The wine is cold stabilized, filtered and then finally bottled.
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