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Inma Badillo is a particular viticulturist and winemaker. After returning to her grandfather's, Felipe el Caminero's, lands located in San Felices de los Gallegos (Salamanca), se has elaborated this particular wine.
It is an Orange Wine. It ferments and macerates with grape skins in a jar and she transfers it to 'oloroso' casks. That is why it tastes like wine, not apple. It is a very special wine.
It is golden of colour. On the nose, it has a low intensity, tastes like orange skin, peach, with floral dan honey touches. it is savoury, very carbonic at the beggining, with a sweet touch and medium-high acidity, and balanced tannins. At the end it is fruity and citric, persistent. it is a complex, fresh wine with a dry touch.
The recommended serving temperature is 8ºC.
Operador de la empresa alimentaria: Compañía Oleícola Siglo XXI, S.L. | Avenida de Alemania, 9 - 10600 Plasencia - España
Winery: Inma Badillo Brand: Teso La Horca Type: Young white wine Vintage: 2020 Alcohol: 12,5% Type of grapes: Doña Blanca (50%), Palomino (40%), Blanco Rucio (10%) Time of ageing: It ferments and macerates with skins, in a jar and racks it into oloroso casks.
Vineyard and elaboration
The vineyards are located in Arribes del Duero Natural Park, in San Felices de los Gallegos (salamanca). They are 680 meters above sea level and planted on granite-clay soil.
The harvest is manual.
This wine is elaborated by macerating grape kins for a week. Alcoholic fermentation is done in stainless steel tanks. After pressing, it stays in the tank for clarification and stabilization by refrigeration. It does not make maleolactic fermentation. It does not have sulfurous.
Inma Badillo is the first viticulturist from Alcalá de Henares. She learnt in San Felices de los Gallegos (Salamanca), where she became viticulturist and where she has returned so as to elaborate wines with a great character in her grandfather's lands . Now she is in charge of the vineyards her neighbours offer to her to make these special wines.