Remelluri Blanco
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Remelluri Blanco - 2019

Item # 71994 750mL
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Tasting Notes

This small production white wine from the Rioja region of Spain is made from a blend of many different white grapes. These vines are grown at a high altitude on calcareous clay soils and aged in French barrel for 1 year, creating a wine with a full, luscious mouth feel and a striking minerality.

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Staff Pick Notes

Remelluri Blanco is the historic Remelluri estate's only white wine. Revered winemaker Telmo Rodríguez began making this blanco when he was young, before his father thought he was ready to help with the Remelluri's flagship Riojas. He traveled the world studying winemaking before returning to his family's vineyards. Now, he brings us wines with exceptional elegance and aging potential. This blanco is made with an intriguing blend of Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne, Grenache Blanc and Viura. Each varietal was carefully chosen for it's ability to reflect the terroir, and all are vinified separately. This aromatic white is marked by a zesty salinity, ample acidity, and a luscious texture from one year of aging in French oak.


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The origin of Spanish winemaking, Rioja has been the benchmark for Spanish wines in the international market for over two hundred years, and remains so to this day. Tempranillo is the star of the red wines here, though its expression can vary wildly from producer to producer. Traditionally-styled Riojas tend to be subtle and soft, and often have high levels of acidity to ensure their survival...

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