The CHAN DE ROSAS vineyards are in Cambados village, in Galicia (the cradle of Albarino wine), in the Atlantic region near the sea of Arousa inlet.
The soil is shallow, well-drained, from granite rock erosion making the soil sandy-acid. The vineyards locations along with the soils composition give the salinity and mineral characteristic to the wine.
The harvest is carried out by hand in 15 kilos boxes.
To make the wine, after de-stemming, the grapes are cold macerated at 7°C for 12 hours. The must then goes through a 24 hours static racking then the clean must undergoes alcoholic fermentation at low temperatures; a portion of the wine undergoes alcoholic fermentation in new French oak barrels.
Then just part of the wine undergoes malolatic fermentation and every week, the wine is stirred to keep the lees suspended to create a wine of greater complexity in aromas and flavours.
This wine was presented at the new premises inauguration in February.
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Total acidity: 6.70 gr/l
Volatile acidity: 0.40 gr/l pH: 3.3
Residual sugar: 3 gr/l
Serving temperature: 8-10°C
Life expectation: 5 years
Winemaker: Marcos Lojo