Trenzado | Suertes del Marqués

Old vineyards often have a mix of planting, there is a smattering of native grapes such as Torrontés Volcánico interplanted with the Listán Blanco in the plots used for Trenzado. This captivating white takes its name from the trellis system unique to the Canary Islands: “el cordon trenzado” (the braided cord), with a number of the vine’s branches plaited together. Wild, distinctive, and thirst-quenching  with beautiful texture, this is bound to intrigue anyone who tries it.

Region:

Canary Islands

Appellation:

Tenerife

Variety / Blend:

Listán blanco:

Climate:

Humid subtropical

Soils:

Volcanic

Farming:

Organic

Altitude:

300-700m

Fermentation:

Used 500 litre barrels and larger foudre

Ageing:

9 months in old oak