50% Sauvignon Blanc, 50% Garnacha Blanca
The Sauvignon Blanc variety is picked towards the end of august or the beginning of September and White Grenache, one of the local varieties which best adapts to the south area of the denomination’s dry and hot climate and with a longer vegetative cycle, is harvested at either the end of September or the first days of august. Both are picked at their ripening peak, taking advantage of the coolest time of the day. Must is extracted after cold maceration where the skins are present and then it is placed in stainless steel tanks.
Fermentation temperature is around 11º C, and this way all the naturally fruity aromas present in the grapes are preserved. After alcoholic fermentation, a lengthy fermentation, with the fine lees is carried out.
VISUAL: Pale yellow with green flashes.
NASAL: Intense and attractive aroma resembling ripe fruit tropical, pineapple, mango and passion fruit.
TASTE: A very fresh impact followed by a tasty sensation in mouth. It is intense with a slight acidic yet sweet feeling. Elegant in the retro nasal channel, it is very easy to drink due to its nice freshness and natural acidity, typical of Sauvignon Blanc. The White Grenache gives volume and creaminess, as well as a very nice glycerine like sensation.
Navardia & Gastronomy
Ideal to be paired with seafood and vegetables. Crayfish, prawns, clams, squid… go nicely with the fruity acidity given by Sauvignon Blanc, while creamy vegetable pairing (courgettes, aubergines, wild mushrooms) will provide us with perfect dishes well balanced with the glycerine typical of the White Grenache.
Ideal serving temperature 8ºC
Alcohol (% vol.): 13,0º
Navardia White Navardia Blanco
Ad Libitum Maturana
100% Maturana Blanca, autochthonous minority variety. Rioja Regulatory Council approved the inclusion of this variety in the designation of origin in 2007.
The development of this variety was part of the Research Project for the recovery of grape varieties in the minority native the D. O. Ca.Rioja, carried out in the University of La Rioja and directed by professors Juan Carlos Sancha and Fernando Martínez.
Designation of origin
Rioja Alta, D. O. Ca.Rioja
Vineyard planted in 1997 at a height of 565 meters above sea level in ancient terraces of the Valley of the Najerilla, with clay-calcareous soils of rolled songs.
After destemming, the grape happens to a small vertical press. Afterwards a static defangement is carried out, performing the fermentation at 18ºC in new French oak barrels of 500 liters during 3 months in the barrel with the lees.
Manual harvest in boxes of 17 kg. of these vineyards are obtained 6.000 kg. per hectare.
Atlantic influence, in one of the coolest areas of Rioja, with cold winters, temperate summers, and soft and long autumn. The large temperature variation between day and night causes a slow maturation, which is very suitable for polyphenol synthesis and aromatic development.
Citrus and biscuit notes stand out, with a very well integrated wood in the nose. In the mouth it is very bulky and glyceric, acid and fresh, with abundant structure and enormous persistence.
90% Viura,10% others
Viura is the top white variety of La Rioja. With it we can make a wine of a very intense aroma, with an essence of flowers and fruit, typical of the variety. It has a pale yellow colour which reflects its freshness and final acidity of a wine which is unctuous in the mouth and not easily forgotten. A very natural wine. An experience to remember.
Maceration at low temperature and a gentle cold pneumatic pressing. Racking of the must in narrow concrete tanks lined with epoxy. The wine ferments in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 15ºC.
12,80% alcohol; 80 mg/l total sulfur.
Vibrant yellow colour, with intense aroma of green apples, citrics and white flowers. A smooth yet vivid freshness in the mouth. Dry White wine. Fresh & acid.
Appetizers, fish, carpaccio.
Berarte Barrel Fermented
The vineyards are distributed between the Sierra de Cantabria and the Ebro river, mainly in Rioja Alavesa, settled on clay-calcareous soils of rained crops. Pruning is done in a spur pruning. The average age is 40 years and they are at an average altitude of 480.
Spur pruning system. Small plots.
Favored by an unusual climate, the exceptional health of the grape and a very staggered harvest, has allowed to reach very satisfactory results. This has contributed decisively to the unusual climatology of September and October, very favorable to maintain the exceptional health that has characterized the grape in this campaign and to be able to selectively harvest the grape, once reached the optimum maturation point in each vineyard.
Short maceration with the skins, approximately 12 hours. Separation of the skins and beginning of alcoholic fermentation in American oak barrels. Malolactic in barrel. Ageing during 4 months in American oak.
Alcohol Volume: 13,5 %, Total Acidity: 5,5 g./l., pH: 3,3; Volatile Acidity: 0,40 g./l.; Total SO2: 55 mg./l.
100% Viura. Rioja white wine made with Viura grapes from winery´s own vineyards in Rioja Alavesa, in Villabuena De Álava.
Bright and clean, soft straw yellow.
On the nose with refreshing aromas.
Fresh and fruity palate with intense flavors of green fruit and a perfectly balanced acidity.
It is a refreshing white Rioja wine and very tasty. Perfect to enjoy at any time.
Alcohol Volume: 12,5 % Total Acidity: 5,18 g./l. pH: 3,81 Volatile Acidity: 0,51 g./l. SO2 Total: 59 mg/l.
Ad Libitum White Tempranillo
100% Tempranillo Blanco, autochthonous minority variety. The origin of the grape is found in the genetic mutation of a single strain of red Tempranillo found in 1988 in an old vineyard located in Murillo de Río Leza, La Rioja.
The development of this variety was part of the research project for the recovery of native minority vine varieties of the D. O. C.Rioja, held at the University of La Rioja and directed by professors Juan Carlos Sancha and Fernando Martínez. The Rioja Regulatory Council approved the inclusion of this variety in the designation of origin in 2007.
The White Tempranillo variety genetically matches 97% with the red Tempranillo variety. The leaves and The Shape of the grape cluster are identical, so are their sensitivity to diseases and pests. Both varieties have short maturation cycles, allowing them to be cultivated in any Rioja sub-zone, even in areas where maturation is later. White strains of Tempranillo have a medium-high vigor and an average performance of 6,000 kg.de grapes per hectare. Grape clusters are small in size and have a low average weight.
Vineyard planted in 1997 at a height of 565 meters above sea level in ancient terraces of the Valley of the Najerilla, with clay-calcareous soils of rolled songs. Organic viticulture.
After destemming, the grape happens to a small vertical press. Subsequently, fermentation at 18ºC in stainless steel tanks was carried out by static finish.
Manual harvest in 17 kg boxes during the first week of October. From these vineyards are obtained 6.000 kg per hectare.
With strong Atlantic influence, in one of the coolest areas of Rioja, with cold winters, temperate summers, and soft and long autumn. The large temperature variation between day and night causes slow maturation, which is very suitable for polyphenol synthesis and aromatic development.
Notes of green apple, citrus and pineapple on the nose stand out. In the mouth it is voluminous and glyceric, acidic and fresh, with abundant structure and enormous persistence.
Ad Libitum Tempranillo Blanco