Vidonia ‘V.P’ | Suertes de Marqués

Having already honed the art of making terroir-reflective wines that capture the volcanic character of his island, Jonatan took inspiration from something else for this new cuvée: the wines of Burgundy that he loves to drink whilst not at the winery! This is something quite special, a wine that captures the trademark Suertes pithy lemon acidity and smokey volcanic notes with a creamy, hedonistic character.

Region:

Tenerife

Appellation:

Valle de la Orotava

Variety / Blend:

Listán blanco:

Climate:

Humid sub-tropical

Soils:

Volcanic with some clay influence

Farming:

Practicing organic

Altitude:

One parcel is planted at 350-420 metres, the other at 480-520 metres

Fermentation:

Whole-bunches are pressed pneumatically and fermented in new Stockinger oak barrels

Ageing:

11 months in Stockinger oak barrles