CLIMATE AND CONDITIONS OF HARVEST
Climate: moderate winter rains and spring gave way to a particularly hot summer 2007 that advanced the white grape harvest that had already reached a very balanced maturity.
Harvest: The entire fruit was harvested manually. The harvest took place in excellent condition without ED between February 28 and April 3. About half of the grapes was grown by The Basques, while the rest was purchased from vineyards in the cool valleys of Casablanca and Leyda, both recognized for their outstanding production of white wines. The technical team of winemakers The Basques oversaw these vineyards along the steps of pruning, development and especially during harvest.
WINE AND AGING
Yield: 10 to 13 Ton / Ha
Winemaking: The harvest begins once the grapes have reached optimum levels of ripeness, alcohol content and total acidity. Then the grapes are sorted in the sorting table and then cooled to give way to the pressing and clarification processes. Alcoholic fermentation: In stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature conditions ranging between 14 º and 18 º C.
Date of Bottling: Between June and September 2007
Total acidity: 4.2 g / LPH: 3.3
Residual sugar: 2.1 g / l
Alcohol: 14 º vol
This crop has a bright, translucent color, with golden highlights. The nose is fruity explosion of green banana, melon, grapefruit and exotic fruits that are fused with classic notes of hazelnuts Chardonnay. It is rich in the mouth, fresh and pleasantly fruity; good structure and a long finish. This should be drunk young Chardonnay. Perfect as an aperitif, accompanying oysters, white meats or cheeses. Should be opened one hour before serving at an ideal temperature between 10 º and 12 º C.
Note: As our guest, you have access to special rates at The Lingues ® Wines to take home.