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Ariyanas Blanco Seco 2016

Ariyanas Blanco Seco


A straw-yellow colour with greenish hues, the wine displays aromas of white flowers and syrup on the...


/ 0.75 L btl

Details for Ariyanas Blanco Seco 2016


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0.75 L - 2016


A straw-yellow colour with greenish hues, the wine displays aromas of white flowers and syrup on the nose. With lovely tartness on the palate and oily-rich, it shows good acidity and plenty of length on the finish.

Aged for six months on its fine lees.

Tasting notes

  • ViewStraw yellow / Greenish glints
  • Bouquet:White flowers / Floral scents / Syrup
  • Mouth:Long finish / Good acidity / Oily / Good entry

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by: Gabriel Mendez (01/08/2019) - Vintage 2016

Buena opción para probar los vinos de Moscatel Seco

En nariz predomina el moscatel, aunque menos que en otros vinos similares de la DO Sierras de Malaga. En boca, mejora bastante si se toma con algo mas de temperatura, sobre 13 grados, (mas frio me parecio algo insipido), redultando muy agradable al paladar y permaneciendo el sabor en boca durante algun tiempo. En cualquier caso un buen vino seco de Moscatel.

Bodegas Bentomiz

Bodegas Bentomiz

The winery is run by a Dutch couple, Clara Verheij and André Both, and started operating in 2003. The estate is located in the municipal district of Sayalonga, at an altitude of 450 metres. The vineyards are extremely old, cultivated on decomposed slate soils, with little depth due to erosion, but perfect for vine-growing, especially for Muscat of Alexandria vines. Bodegas Bentomiz is presently producing five wines: two sweet whites, a dry white aged on its lees, a sweet red...