Wine Navarro Lopez, "Cuatro Gatos" Blanco Seco
Reviews of purchase Navarro Lopez, "Cuatro Gatos" Blanco Seco
The wine is pale greenish in color.
The taste of wine is distinguished by grace, emphasizing the harmony between the elements of its bouquet and a smooth structure. In the aftertaste, mineral and citrus nuances are heard.
A fresh, floral scent of wine is decorated with notes of lemon peel, fruit candies and tropical fruits.
The wine is served chilled to rice, fish, poultry and young cheeses.
The wine list "Cuatro Gatos" perfectly conveys the character of one of the most temperamental regions of Spain, La Mancha, which occupies a prominent place in the heart of the country. Local wines are increasingly receiving close attention from critics, deserving an assessment of "promising, with good potential," even though many of them are just simple table wines. A long, hot, arid summer allows all varieties grown here to open and sound in a new way. Affordable prices make it possible to taste the entire line of "Cuatro Gatos" .
"Cuatro Gatos" Blanco Seco .- white dry wine, created from local white grape varieties. After harvesting, the berries are subjected to traditional vinification, passing with strict temperature control. The wine is served chilled to rice, fish, poultry and young cheeses.
The company Navarro Lopez was founded in 1904 as a modest family winery Don Juan Sanchez Megia. The original winery still preserved in the city Valdepenas. In 1988 the winery acquired Navarro Doroteo Donado, the current owner, whose main objective was to produce high-quality vintage wines selected grapes.
In 2001, the factory was moved from Valdepenas to its current location near the motorway Autovia del Sur, a unique place in the heart of the vineyard, thus highlighting a clear commitment Navarro Doroteo Donado to environmental factors. Since 2002, Navarro Lopez begins to produce wine "Tierra de Castilla". To further expand the company's wine series were acquired vineyards located in the areas of Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Rueda.
In 2010, the company acquired one of the cult wineries of Rioja - Bodegas Valoria.