An old-vine blend of Galician varieties. Superb aromatics and fruity freshness. Beautiful drinking.
This wine is sourced from an old vineyard on the slopes of the Bibei river, at 750 metres above sea level and planted with a variety of Galician grapes. A wine that captures the essence of Ribeira Sacra: a lifted, perfumed nose and plenty of freshness and finesse on the palate.
Producer: Fedellos do Couto
Region/Country: Ribiera Sacra, Galicia, Spain
Grape/s: Mencía, Mouratón, Garnacha Tintorera, Caiño, Bastardo
Production Method: Organic farming, stainless steel wild yeast fermentation and maturation in large, old oak casks
Style: Fruity and generous with fresh acidity
Pairing Suggestion: Versatile, suited to grilled meats, bbq, pasta dishes, vegetable dishes
Fedellos do Couto
A young project, started in 2013 by Luis Taboada and winemakers Curro Barreño and Jesús Olivares. They lease 4 hectares of vineyards which are farmed organically and worked by hand. The wines are fermented with indigenous yeasts and whole bunches, at low temperatures to favour a gentle extraction of colour and phenolics.