Wine "Quinta Apolonia", Rueda DO, 2015
Reviews of purchase "Quinta Apolonia", Rueda DO, 2015
The wine has a straw yellow color with greenish hues.
The wine has a rich, warm, generous, enveloping, buttery taste with fine acidity that provides freshness and light wood notes, as well - long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is clearly manifested the characteristic plant varietal notes and shades of stone fruit (peach and apricot), honey and pleasantly refreshing citrus background.
The wine goes well with any fish, and soft creamy cheeses and seafood.
"Quinta Apolonia" 2011 - the second wine sector, which is a blend of partially (40%) consists of the remaining barrels from the first wine "Belondrade y Lurton" , aged for 3 months in French oak barrels and the rest is created on the basis of the harvest with young vines, which is going from 5 to 21 September and is subject to a slow fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Bottling "Quinta Apolonia" in 2011 was made in May 2012 issued volume amounted to 35 thousand bottles. Wine storage capacity - up to 2015.
Winery Belondrade at Lurton was founded in 1994 by Frenchman Didier Belondrade and his wife Brigitte Lurton in the province of Valladolid, on the banks of the Duero River. In love with Spain, the French trader decided to bet on the famous Spanish Verdejo grapes, to 50 subspecies which is grown on the farm. Already in 1994 came the first 10,000 bottles of wine brand "Belondrade at Lurton".
To date, the product range of the winery "Belondrade at Lurton" There are three series of wine, two of which are named after the daughter of Didier Belondrade - Clarissa (wine Quinta Clarisa) and Apollonia (wine Quinta Apolonia). Wine "Belondrade at Lurton", created in the French style, with the participation of Martha enologist Baquerizo - a graduate of the University of Bordeaux, held an internship at Christian Mueksa (Pétrus), characterized by individuality, complexity, elegance and nobility of taste, for which they are highly sought after in the world markets and in the best restaurants. Wine under the brand name "Belondrade at Lurton" sold exclusively through exclusive distributors - such is the policy maker.