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Alange Pardina
2010 Pardina


Soil Type: Reddish clay.
Vine Age:
Irrigation: Lightly irrigated
Harvest Date: End of August.


The Pardina grape is also known as Pardillo. Pardina is an indegenous white grape widely grown in Spain on the border with Portugal, in the region of Extremadura, it also used to make Sherry. It is widely found in the region's cafes and bars as the locally consumed classic white wine. The typical flavor profile is made of citrus and lime sometimes with notes of fennel and exotic fruits, while being fresh and crisp.
This Pardina is fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and bottled young to retain its typical crispy freshness.

Tasting Notes:

Color: Light, almost translucent.
Nose: Shows aromas of fennel and exotic fruits.
Palate: On the palate it is fresh, crisp and light with notes of citrus and lime.
Other: Pardina pairs especially well with shell fish and sushi, asparagus, or prawn linguini, it is also greatly refreshing on its own. Serve cold.

Chemical Analysis:

Alc (%): 12.5
RS (g/l):
TA (g/l): 5