Bodega Pinoso set up in 1932 and has extended over the years to allow for new producers. Currently, at least half of the vineyards are ecological. They are a cooperative winery near town of Pinoso giving growers the means to make their own wine and allow them to sell grapes to make wines.
This is from the Vergel family based DO Alicante, South East Spain. It’s a coastal region which benefits from a Mediterranean climate.
A blend of old vine Airen grapes, a native spanish variety, grown and harvested in traditional methods and Sauvignon Blanc grapes harvested from a controlled yield to maximise the their complexity and concentration. A crucial element of the wine is it’s respect for the environment meaning that only organic practices were carried out, using indigenous yest to start the fermentation process. The wine sees some time on it’s lees.
A wine of elegance, tradition and modernism all at the same time. Ripe peaches and apricot along with white flowers and spice are supported by a subtle creaminess. Powerful with a touch of sweetness.
Vegan/ Vegetarian/ Organic