Altozano - Verdejo Sauvignon Blanc 2014 - Spanish White Wine 75cl Bottle


Altozano - Verdejo Sauvignon Blanc 2014
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75cl Bottle
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Fresh and crisp with delicate floral aromas and gooseberry and melon fruit flavours.

Ideal with all types of seafood, shellfish and white meats.

Grape: 95% Verdejo, 5% Sauvignon Blanc.

Category(s):     White Wine
Group(s):     Spanish Wines
Producer: Altozano
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   Castilla VdlT
Body:   Light Bodied
Brand:   Altozano
Country of Origin:   Spain
Food Match:   Lobster & Shellfish
Grape Type:   Verdejo
Quality Designation:   VdIT
Region:   Castile-La Mancha
Unoaked:   Yes
Vintage:   2014


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Producer Information

Gonzalez Byass created the award-winning Altozano range to provide excellent value, consistent quality wines made in an easydrinking, fruit-driven style. The wines, which come under the Vino de la Tierra classification, were produced in conjunction with Jane Masters MW.
The range has been extended to include a Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz as well as the existing Tempranillo and Verdejo. Altozano is now presented in a screwcap bottle with clear varietal labelling.
The Altozano winery is situated in a 230 hectare property in Otero, Toledo. The vineyards lie at 500 meters above sea level and are located between the Tajo and Alberche rivers and the Gredos and Toledo mountain ranges. Here the soil is clay-based and the climate is hot and dry. The first vines were planted in 2001 and include both indigenous and international grape varieties. The vineyards are managed by Emilio Marchevsky who comes from a line of distinguished viticulturalists and has gained international experience working in Argentina and Australia.

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