Codorniu Reina María Cristina Blanc Noirs 75cl
Reina Maria Cristina Reserva Brut was born in homage to Queen María Cristina for granting the title of "supplier of the royal house" to the Codorniu winery in 1897. It is the first "Blanc de Noirs" cellar made 100% from the variety Pinot Noir ink. The grape comes from the area of Conca de Barberá whose moderate continental climate helps to enhance aromatic concetration and the body of a very delicate variety and difficult to grow. In addition, the stony soils of the region provide distinguished mineral touches to the grapes.
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Straw yellow with golden sparkles. Fine, clean and bright bubble.
Good aromatic intensity, white flowers combined with fine notes of red fruit stand out. Shades of marzipan and pastries also appear.
Broad, fleshy and full-bodied. Its passage is creamy and creamy, leaves fine flavors of red fruit. Very good acidity Long finish
100% from the Pinot Noir ink variety.
As for its elaboration, once the grapes arrive at the winery, a gentle pressing of the grapes is carried out, however the process stops completely as soon as the skins begin to dye the must. Subsequently, after a traditional fermentation, the wine is bottled and performs a second fermentation followed by a 15-month aging period with its lees in underground cellars at a temperature of 15-17Cº.
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