Type of Wine: White
Main grape variety: White Grenache, Viura, Malvasia
Bodega: Benjamin Romeo
Benjamin Romeo is ideal for salad, rice, fish, cooked stews, sausages and red meats , stews and poultry. Serve between 8ºC and 10ºC.
Qué Bonito Cacareaba is a white wine made from grapes of varieties 50% White Grenache, 15% Viura and 35% Malvasia, from vineyards in Leza, Camino San Asensio, Murmurón, The Lightning and Forest of the municipalities of San Vicente de la Sonsierra , Briones and Labastida in D.O.Ca. Rioja. Harvest in late September , handmade by experienced harvesters . In order to balance the different degrees of maturation that normally have the vineyards , harvest dates for each plot , waiting for them to reach their optimum ripeness adjusted . The grapes are transported to the winery in boxes of 14 kg capacity , within a period of half an hour. On arrival at the winery a manual selection of clusters is performed and, after stripping , a manual selection of grains. The wine begins with a steep grape cold for 48 hours without squeezing in fermentation tanks at controlled temperatures. The wine is fermented in new French oak barrels , of the ten most prestigious coopers in France. Both the empty tanks as the filling of the barrels is carried out by taking into account gravity and lunar cycles . Crianza wines stay in barrel for 8 months. In this period several racking are made, as well as weekly fillers to meet the losses that occur in a room with a moderate degree of humidity ( 65 % ) for reasons of health and hygiene . Bottling unclear. Alcohol: 14% vol. Tasting notes: Color yellow gold, clean and bright. Dense tears . In citrus, smoky nose, touches milk , pears and peaches in the end some smoky notes. The palate is broad, smoky , good acidity and full bodied, toasty notes and a long finish.