Envinate Migan Orotava Tinto 2017

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Pairings

Pig

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The new red from La Orotava Valley, the 2016 Migan is pure Listán Negro pruned in cordón trenzado in the village La Perdoma, which was previously called Migan. The grapes come from two separate plots, 60% from La Habanera and the rest from San Antonio, at different altitudes and with different soils.

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Color

Bel colore rosso ciliegia brillante.

Smell

Il naso è un po 'più scuro, più profondo e leggermente bruno. Il delizioso profumo di fiori di ciliegio si mescola con la mineralità di basalto vulcanico, la ciliegia rossa e fitta, le bucce di mela rossa e la sottile spezia succosa.

Taste

Il palato è incredibilmente intenso, come ci si aspetterebbe da frutta proveniente da vitigni di oltre 100 anni. Anche super denso, favolosamente concentrato e di lunghezza impressionante, con una trama elegante.

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Features

YEAR 2017
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

TEMPERATURE 16-18
REFINEMENT I vini sono affinati in botti da 600 litri per poco più di 12 mesi.

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 2016 94

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CELLAR

Name: Envinate
Start-up year: 2005
Address: Galicia (Spain)

Envinate is the brainchild of 4 friends, winemakers Roberto Santana, Alfonso Torrente, Laura Ramos, and José Martinez. This gang of 4 formed back in 2005 while studying enology at the University of Miguel Hernandez in Alicante.Upon graduation, they formed a winemaking consultancy, which evolved into Envínate, a project that focuses on exploring distinctive parcels mainly in the Atlantic-inflected regions of Ribeira Sacra and the Canary Islands. Their collective aim is to make profoundly pure and authentic wines that express the terruno parcel in a clear and concise manner. To this end, no chemicals are used in any of the Envínate vineyards, all parcels are picked by hand, the grapes are foot-trodden, and the wines are fermented exclusively with wild yeasts, with a varying proportion of whole grape clusters included.