Augalevada Ollos De Roque 2014

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Ollos de Roque è un vino prodotto nel D.O. Ribeiro di Fazenda Agricola Augalevada  Iago Garrido è la persona dietro questa cantina situata nel cuore di Ribeiro. Il vigneto è piantato su terreni argillosi con varietà autoctone come Treixadura, Albariño, Godello, Lado, coltivati biodinamicamente. Il vino viene affinato per 7 mesi in anfore di argilla. Ollos de Roque è un vino con storie sotterranee, un vino austero e minerale con una lunga vita davanti. Di color giallo verdolino con una fraganza di frutti a polpa bianca, note floreali ed agrumate si lega molto bene ad ostriche e frutti di mare crudi o cotti.

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Color

Giallo con riflessi verdognoli.

Smell

Aromi intensi con sentori di limone, frutta a polpa bianca con note erbacee, floreali ed erbe aromatiche.

Taste

Sapore minerale, salino, fresco e persistente.

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Features

YEAR 2014
VINES Godello, Albarino
ALCOL 13.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION Ribeiro
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Cenlle (Spain)
DECANTING 2 ore
SUGAR 2.0 g/l
PH 3.2

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 2016 94

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CELLAR

Name: Augalevada
Address: Cenlle (Spain)

Before Agualevada, Iago played in football with Division II with Xavi Seoane (Fazenda Pradio), studied organic farming and was fascinated by biodynamics. After falling in love with a terraced slope hidden in a forest valley behind the ancient Monasterio de San Clodio, he bought the land and built a winery on the spot. Sheep and cattle graze thick grass among the vineyards of Iago Garrido on a terraced slope. Healthy virgin soils produce exceptionally bright and refreshing treixadura, which ferments with other native Galician white vines to become its traditional field blend. Iago calls its wines "vinos de raíz" or wines of the root, referring to their salty nature and determined by the terroir, and that often enjoys them better on what the biodynamic calendar calls "radical days".