This is an attractive wine which is fresh but at the same time displays some conserved fruit flavours such as conserved peach. It is harmoniously combined with a very pleasant finish.
Reynal Soft White
Macabeo, Parellada, Xarel·lo
Wine made using the three typical grape varieties of the area. Once fermented, the wine undergoes a second fermentation. It is then stabilised and bottled. This wine has been made by PINORD using the Charmat process. This system means that once the grape must has undergone its first alcoholic fermentation it undergoes a second fermentation in isobaric tanks. This creates carbon dioxide (C02) which will only be released once the bottle is opened.
Recommended Serving Temperature: 6ºC and 8ºC.
Alcohol Content: 10% vol.
Food and Wine pairing
Rice fish, Mixed rice, Crustaceans, Rice salads, Pasta salads, Sweet fruits, Molluscan shell, Pasta with tomato sauce, Pasta with marinara sauce, Whitefish, Fish with sauce, Pizza, Confectionery
Greenish yellow in colour with a gentle release of bubbles.
Great intensity. Citrus fruit aromas come to the fore as well as some apple and pineapple with touches of Seville orange and grapefruit.
This is an attractive wine which is fresh but at the same time displays some conserved fruit flavours such as conserved peach. It is harmoniously combined with a very pleasant finish.awards Tech. specs
Density = 0.999
Alcohol Content = 10.30 %vol.
Total Acidity = 3.40 gr/l
Total Volatile Acidity = 0.37 gr/l
Free Sulphur Dioxide = 15 mg/l
Total Sulphur Dioxide = 73 mg/l
Reducing Sugars = 19 gr/l
Pressure at 20ºC = 3 atm