This is the Chardonnay varietal from Raimat's own vineyards in the Costers del Segre region. After alcoholic fermentation, part of the wine produced undergoes malolactic fermentation in tank to smooth out the acidity and ensure proper balance in the required style.
A bright wine, pale yellow in colour with some green hues, that reveals intense aromas of a rich variety of fruits: peaches, apricots, grapefruit, lemons, limes and ripe melons, as well as some flowery notes. On the palate, there is an overwhelming freshness, with an extended, pleasantly textured finish.
What does this wine taste like?
|Straw yellow / Bright / Intense / Greenish glints
|Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Peach / Melon / Nectarine / Lychee / Citrus fruits / Fresh
|Good entry / Rounded / Balanced / Good acidity / Citrus notes / Tropical fruit
Pasta dishes / Seafood / Rice dishes / White meats / Fish
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Raimat's history dates back to 1914, when Don Manuel Raventós i Doménech, owner at the time of the historic Codorníu, acquired lands which had been arid and barren until then, lying in what is nowadays the Costers del Segre denomination, in the province of Lleida. After a costly process involving desalination, soil conditioning, and a mammoth task of hydraulic engineering, today Raimat partakes of pure water sourced from melted snow in the Pyrenees. It's a pioneering winery in...