Wine "Cantosan" Verdejo Vinas Vieja Rueda DO 2014
Reviews of purchase "Cantosan" Verdejo Vinas Vieja Rueda DO 2014
The wine is straw-yellow color with a silvery-greenish tint.
The wine has excellent structure and harmonious acidity that gives it freshness and brightness. Concentrated flavor palette full of colors of citrus fruits and lychee accents, medlar and herbs.
The aroma of wine - pure, juicy, with expressive notes of green apple, peach, lemon and grapefruit, which are shaded nuances of moss, fresh cut grass and light touches of anise.
The wine is perfect as an aperitif or complement to seafood dishes. Also it goes well with grilled fish, rice dishes (paella), and Japanese cuisine.
"Cantosan" Verdejo Vinas Vieja create from the "old vines" Verdejo varieties grown in the vineyards economy Grupo Yllera. After pressing, the wort is subjected to cold maceration of the skin for 8-12 hours. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks under temperature control. As a result, "Kantosan" Verdejo Viñas Vieja gets a clean, fruity and well structured, concentrated flavor.
Ilera family, originally from Castile, for the past seven generations, engaged in the cultivation of vineyards and wine production. In the possession of the family - large swathes of land around the city of Valladolid. The owners of the house wine Grupo Yllera started to cooperate with famous enologist Ramon Martinez Palacios about 25 years ago, thus giving new impetus to the development of its wineries. During this period, the house wine estates were founded in Rueda and Ribera del Duero. Over time, among the existing property was added to a small cellar in the region of Toro. In recent years, wine Yllera won a high reputation in Spain and other countries. Bodegas Ilera and still is a family company. Today, the economy is a leading winemaker Ilera Jesus and his two sons - Marcos and Carlos. At the winery produces a wide range of wines that is the hallmark of Grupo Ilera. Another activity of the family is enoturistichesky center, which is located at a depth of 20-40 meters under the ground, in the cellar of the XIV century.