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Baigorri Blanco Fermentado en Barrica 2017

Baigorri Blanco Fermentado en Barrica

2017
90
PEÑÍN
90
SUCKLING

£16.15

/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeWhite
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti13.5%

The wine

The Baigorri Blanco Fermentado en Barrica is a majestic, characterful white well worth discovering. It's made from grapes of the Viura and Malvasía varieties, allowed to ferment and then matured for 8 months in new French oak barrels. On the nose it exhibits expressive aromas of ripe white fruit, enhanced with balsamic and slightly spicy notes resulting from its oak ageing. On the palate, work with the lees confers creaminess and complexity. Elegant and balanced right from first contact to its long, lasting finish.

What does this wine taste like?

View
Deep yellow
Bouquet
Higly aromatic / Ageing notes / Fruit notes / Balsamic notes
Mouth
Unctuous / Elegant / Complex / Balanced / Long finish / Intense

Drinking and storing

Serve between 10ºC and 12ºC

Food pairing

Poultry, Roast chicken, Turkey, Partridge, Duck, Cheeses, Iberian sausages, Dried fruit and nuts

Ratings and awards

201790 PN90 SK
201692 PN90 SK
201091 PN
200590 PK
PK: ParkerPN: PeñínSK: Suckling

Customer reviews

3.8/5
4 reviews
Vintage:

Wine making

Ageing periodBetween 6 and 8 months
Barrel ageNew
Type of woodFrench oak

The winery

Bodegas Baigorri

Bodegas Baigorri

The magnificent building of Bodegas Baigorri in Samaniego, at the foot of the Sierra de Cantabria mountains, was designed by the Guipuzcoa architect Iñaki Aspiazu, with the intention of integrating it harmoniously into the countryside. To the passer-by, only a huge glass cube can be seen among an extensive carpet of vineyards; however, all of the industrious action in the winery takes place below, in its seven underground storeys descending to a depth of 32 metres. Since its...

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