Manuel Moldes Acios Mouros

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Regular price $47.00

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Grapes: Caino Redondo + Louriero Tinto + Espadeiro

Region: Rias Baixas, 

Vintage: 2018

Viticulture: Organic + Biodynamic

Soils: Granite + Schist

Vinification: De-stemmed, then fermented in 600L bins for 30-40 days with daily punchdowns

Aging: 1 year in neutral french oak barrels then 4 months in stainless steel

Fining or Filtering: None

Sulfur: Minimal added

Notes from the Importer: An embodiment of all terroir elements of the Rías Baixas, the Acios Mouros red blend rises above its grapes to express its cold and wet climate, the freshness of the forests and countryside, the ocean wind and metal and minerals found in their spare granite and schist soils. All the vineyards are located in the Val do Salnés and scattered between eight sites with varying ages, but with an average of about 40-50 years. The grapes, varieties that easily channel their geological setting, bring more dimension to the wine’s structure and upfront characteristics. In the ensemble, Caiño Redondo, the largest proportion of the blend contributes more acidity, green and balsamic notes. Loureiro Tinto brings the dark and rustic edging with big tannin, acidity and mineral characteristics; it also needs more time to “lighten up” than the others. Espadeiro is the least acidic but the most elegant and sublimely aromatic, similar to Brancellao (not a part of this blend) but with more floral characteristics. In the cellar, the spontaneous fermentation is made without stems and lasts between 30-40 days with daily, gentle punchdowns. The wine is aged in 300-liter old French oak barrels for one year, then in stainless steel for four months before bottling.

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