- Bodegas Iranzo
- D.O. Utiel Requena (Valencia)
- No oak ageing - Best when consumed young.
- Analytical Data:
- Alcohol 12.5 % by Vol. · Res. Sugar 1.44 g/l · Acidity: 5.11 g/l
- Serve at:
- 59º F-63º F
- 1-85554 00054-3
- USDA Organic (NSA – No Sulfites Added), Vegan and Gluten Free, Red, Non-GMO Project Verified,
All of the production is obtained from the Estate FINCA CAÑADA HONDA. The production area includes lime soils which are ideal for obtaining colorful wines. Also the sand textures of these lime soils benefit the ripening of the grapes. The vineyard is situated 800 – 850 meters above sea level with an N / SE orientation resulting in maximum sunlight exposure.
The wine making process without the use of sulfur means that the hygienic conditions have to been extreme during harvest season. The grapes are harvested solely by hand in small crates. Every effort is made to avoid breakage and bacteria attacks. The wine deposits are filled very briefly so as not to delay the delicate fermentation process.
All elements that come in contact with this no sulfite added wine are subject to the most extreme hygienically conditions.
Mix of sandy and clay soils, with the presence of stones.
- Training system:
The vines are guided by the Gullot doble system, although the vines are not held. This system enhances the airing of the vines, avoids the emergence of cliptogamic diseases. Also, a shading cover of the vegetation avoids the direct impact of the sun on the vines.
- Tasting Notes:
“Juicy, smooth and tangy with pure plum and racy raspberry, fresh and lively, balanced and certified Organic, quite charming.”Tasting Panel Magazine
“Fruity and herbaceous, with aromas of ripe Bing cherry and strawberry over a hint of dusty earth. Juicy on the palate, with black plum and summer berry flavors, with a note of peppery spice on the lively finish. Serve with Middle-eastern ground lamb and rosemary flatbread.”Santé Magazine
- Enjoy with:
Ideal with meats,Spanish cheeses and Spanish Tapas.
Only Indigenous Yeasts used. Suitable for Vegans.
The name Spartico and the label design are derived from the word Esparto, or Esparto Grass. For centuries Esparto Grass has grown alongside Spain’s vineyards, providing various forms of life sustenance (woven tapestry, coverings, papers) for the grower families. Spartico wine celebrates the venerable union of terroir and man — a biodiversity between Esparto and Spaniards— that has lasted through the ages.
Wine made from USDA National Organic Program Certified Grapes. Certified by ECOCERT - Spain.
The Planet Grape Wine Review
RATED: 89 points
RATED: 88 points
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