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Fulget 2015

Fulget 2015

Origin of the grape

A controlled vineyard (15 has.) in the sub-zone of the Salnes Valley, within the “Rías Baixas” Denomination of Origin. Vines are 24 years-old.


Pruning took place during the months of December and January. After the flowering in June, superfluous shoots were trimmed. Throughout the summer, the crops were thinned and excessive individual branches were cut. To favour maximum exposure to the sun canopies were trimmed in August. During the ripening period a detailed analysis of plots kept check on the levels of acidity and sugar in the grapes. The harvest took place between September 11th - 24th, finding the optimum level of maduration for each plot. All this works are made by hand.


Grapes were collected in 20 kg boxes; and stored in a refrigerated lorry whilst inside the vineyard and immediately transported to the Wine Cellar where cold pelicular maceration was applied on an average of 5 hours. Alcoholic fermentation took place over 21 days at a controlled temperature (16ºC-18ºC).
Partial malolactic fermentation applied aiming at all times to reach required acidity levels.


With a pale straw colour very bright, full of intense varietal nuances, with ripe apple and stone fruits, surrounded by floral perfums.
Wide and tasty in the mouth it is full of freshness and long in the palate.


Storage temperature should not exceed 18º or 20ºC and should never be exposed to the sun, avoiding in all cases sudden changes of temperature. 
Suitable as an accompaniment to hors d´oeuvres, shellfish, fish, rice dishes, pasta, white meats and oriental cuisine. 
It should be served at a recommended temperature of 10 to 12ºC.

Alcoholic content: 12% by volume
Total acidity: 7,2 gr/l (in tartaric)
Residual sugar: 3,5 gr/l

Bottle capacity: 75cl
Supplied in: Cases of 12 bottles/ Cases of 6 bottles.

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