This dusty wine has a clear structure with present, but soft acids. The finish is medium long and fresh. A real terrace wine! Delicious with fresh salads, thinly sliced ham, goat cheese and small snacks.
The grape varieties used in this wine are Sauvignon Blanc and a tiny dash of Verdejo.
All wines from Finca la Carrasca probably have the best price/quality ratio in the La Mancha area, near Valencia. The new Spanish style, elegant and spicy. The vines are high on the hills. During the day wonderfully sunny, in the evening cool. Modernly made, extremely accessible, and surprisingly good quality. This wine comes from the largest wine region La Mancha in Spain. In this area, southeast of Madrid, grows a diversity of grape varieties from which many different types of wine are made. The white wine is an assembly of Sauvignon Blanc and Verdejo grapes. The Lozano family foresaw the success of these grape varieties and planted the first vineyards with these varieties more than 10 years ago. A fresh wine that can be used as an aperitif.