Launch of the Señorío de Andión Muscat
Yesterday, the 20th, a double oenological presentation took place in the Best of Gastronomy Congress, at the Kursaal Palace in San Sebastián.
On the one hand, the new vintages of the Homenaje Rosado and Homenaje Blanco wines from Bodegas Marco Real were announced, and on the other hand, the Moscatel Señorío de Andión de Grano Menudo Vendimia Tardía 2003 was launched for the first time, a wine of which only produced 450 bottles. Both wineries, belonging to the Belasco Family, share a winemaker: Roser Girbau.
Moscatel Señorío de Andión tasting note (Information from the winery itself) It is a unique wine since "its careful and long production process has resulted in a wine that has an intense and deep gold color, very bright. Its nose is Intense and highly complex with notes of dried candied fruit, caramel and honey with light smoky notes. Very rich, powerful and unctuous on the palate, it has an extraordinary alcohol-acidity-sugar balance. It expresses an excellent persistence and hints of muscat grapes perfectly assembled with the Allier oak.
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