Alberto Nanclares Crisopa Albarino 2016

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YEAR 2016
ALCOL 13.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Ribadumia
GROUND Granito decomposto e terreni argillosi.
REFINEMENT Pressato in una pressa verticale per una pressatura a bassa pressione e invecchiamento in 1 barile di rovere francese usato (2008) di 500 litri (Boutes). Batonage settimanale per 3 mesi e affinamento sulle proprie fecce per 11 mesi fino all'imbottigliamento. Imbottigliamento senza stabilizzazione tartarica a freddo, senza chiarificazione, filtrato e con livelli modesti di SO2.
WINEMAKING Grappoli selezionati a mano nei vigneti. Trasportati rapidamente in cantina in casse da 15 kg. 100% dell'uva pigiata a piedi. Vinificato con i propri lieviti e senza l'uso di alcun prodotto aggiuntivo, a parte lo zolfo, per 20 giorni in un tino.
DECANTING 1 ora
SUGAR 1.0 g/l
ACIDITY 5.9 g/l
PH 3.5

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Name: Alberto Nanclares y Silvia Prieto
Cultivated hectares: 5
Address: Castriño, 13 - Castrelo - Cambados (Pontevedra)
Web Site: www.nanclaresyprieto.es/e_index.html

We grow the Albariño variety in our fourteen vineyards growing in El Salnés (Rias Baixas), spread over a total of 5 hectares. Our vines are aged between 30 and over 100 years old, and have average yields. We grow our vines according to the principles of minimum intervention, seeking biological balance in the plant, which enables the terroir to express itself. We fertilize our vineyards with compost made from grape pomace and algae that we collect in the Ría de Arousa, which essentially provide trace elements, minerals and antibiotics which improve the plant’s resistance to disease. It is essential to have controlled yields and perfectly mature grapes to enable the wines to express the minerality and salinity of our land. We carry out “green harvesting” to help the bunches of grapes to reach optimal maturity – removing vegetation (leaf thinning), eliminating those grape clusters which are not going to ripen properly (cluster thinning) and removing unsuitable grapes (pre-harvesting).