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Mencia 95% with other local varieties.
From Galicia in North West Spain, this wine is produced with grapes grown exclusively on 80 year old vines growing in the Seoane vineyard in the Ribeira Sacra. The vineyard has a south westerly elevation, at 600 meters altitude, with slate, schist soils.
Grapes are added to the open top fermenting vessels as whole bunches. Fermentation is with wild yeasts. There is a 21 day maceration period with daily "punching down" of the skins. The wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in neutral French oak barrels, then is aged on the lees for 11 months.
Four friends, Laura Ramos, Jose Martínez, Roberto Santana and Alfonso Torrente met whilst studying winemaking at the University of Miguel Hernández in Alicante. They established Envínate to make wines from grapes grown in different Atlantic influenced areas: Ribeira Sacra; Canary Islands; Extremadura; Almansa. The essence of their project is to use traditional techniques and allow the character of the grapes and terroirs to be the heart of their wines.
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