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Bodega Viñerón Rapagón Blanco

$33.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Málaga, Spain
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel

Bodega Viñerón Rapagón Blanco is a fresh, bright, and easy-drinking expression of the Málaga hills. Salty, Mediterranean citrus, melon, chalky mineral, and very thirst-quenching. A blend of Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel. Hand-harvested. Fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered & unfined, with no additional sulfites.

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Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Citrus, Lemon, Melon

BODY

Light-bodied

ALCOHOL

11-12%

ACIDITY

Electric (High)

OAK

No Oak

TANNIN

None

SWEETNESS

Fruity & Dry

SERVING TEMP

Chilled Whites and Rosés (48°–52°)

SULFUR

Zero Sulfur Added

VEGAN

Vegan

IMPORTER

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Bodega Viñerón Rapagón Blanco

Bodega Viñerón Rapagón Blanco is a fresh, bright, and easy-drinking expression of the Málaga hills. Salty, Mediterranean citrus, melon, chalky mineral, and very thirst-quenching. A blend of Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel. Hand-harvested. Fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered & unfined, with no additional sulfites.

About Bodega Viñerón

A young Samuel Párraga began Bodega Viñeron in 2018, producing wines of utmost purity that express the incredible terroirs of his native Málaga and neighboring Granada. A breathtakingly beautiful region where the pristine Mediterranean coast gives way to dramatic steep terraced slopes that have been cultivated for centuries with vines, almonds, olives, citrus, and now avocados. The region has a deep winemaking history since Roman times and although the Atlantic side of Andalucía has mammothed it in terms of international fame in the wine world, the hills and mountains of Málaga and Granada share similar winemaking traditions. The difference in terrain and climate however is often worlds apart. A humid Mediterranean climate quickly gives way with altitude to more mountainous terrain with a mix of slate, clay, limestone, and sand with refreshingly cool evenings as some of Samuel’s vines grow as high as 1300m above sea level. As well as following the Andalucían traditions of beautiful oxidative whites and dessert wines Samuel also makes exceptionally balanced and bright sparkling and dry wines. He focuses on indigenous varieties such as Moscatel, Macabeo, Pedro Ximénez, Rome, Montua, Calona, and Vigiriego as well as Tempranillo and Petit Verdot. Farming his fruit with the utmost care and respect for nature and her inherent balance. His winemaking in the cellar is light-handed and pure. All Samuel’s wines are fermented spontaneously and he has never added any sulphur to his wines. They are exceptionally unique and delicious wines that not only reflect this region but the talent of a young and talented winemaker.