- From color Pale yellow straw with greenish trim.
- Nose : Intense and delicate aroma, where the memories of fruit and white flowers are combined with others like aniseed, fennel, hay or almond.
- Mouth : Fresh, round in the mouth and with a good volume. Smooth and unctuous, with a nice final bitterness of the variety that gives it great persistence.
The vineyard is located in the Cerro La Hormiga , At 740 m above sea level, Near the rivers Duero and Adaja . It is cultivated in such a way that the exposure of clusters and leaves is optimal, allowing the production of grapes of the best quality. Franco with sandy and stony veins on clay-calcareous bed. Deep soils that maintain sufficient humidity during the summers so that the vineyard does not need external water supplies. It is characterized by a continental climate, with dry summers and relatively cold winters. The average annual temperature is 13 ° C and the average rainfall is 400 mm / year.
The harvest is nocturnal, thus preserving to the maximum the aromatic potential and the best organoleptic characteristics of the grape until its entrance in cellar. The fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, completing in about 15-20 days. After a rest of 2 to 3 months and after stabilizing, the wine is filtered and then bottled.
It is dedicated to the Memory of the French enologist Émile Peynaud . This producer was responsible for introducing Don Carlos Falco, present Marques de Grinon, in the world of the vineyards of D.O. Rueda and who spoke to the noble of the benefits of the nocturnal harvest in these lands. For this reason, this wine is elaborated following these tips.
- Type of Wine
- Wine Style
White - Rich and Creamy
- Grape Varieties
- Type of Ageing
- Alcohol Content
- Serving Temperature
Ham and Sausages,
Pates or Foie Gras