The Valencian winery carries out a unique micro-production at Bodegas Urbanas that leaves no one indifferent
Bodegas Vicente Gandia has developed a new wine at Bodegas Urbanas, a place dedicated body and soul to wine tourists and wine lovers. Ceramic Sauvignon Blanc is the first reference bottled by Vicente Gandía in Bodegas Urbanas and is the first wine to see the light of day within the Valencia Wine Community project. The careful elaboration carried out by Pepe Hidalgo also applies an aging process in different phases, with the particularity that toasted barrels with volcanic stone from Iceland have been used, which give the wine nuances that make it unique. This Ceramic Sauvignon Blanc, of which just over 2,000 1.5-litre magnum bottles have been bottled, is an oenological jewel.
Ceramic Sauvignon Blanc is an elegant white wine, with aromas of ripe tropical fruit and citrus such as mango and pineapple, herbaceous such as fresh hay and spices such as pepper and elderberry. Very good unctuous depth and a sweet and floral side. On the palate it is lively with good citric acidity and fine exotic smoked notes.
The Sauvignon Blanc grapes for this wine come from the Alforins area (D.O.P. Valencia), in vineyards with a large component of active limestone. Selecting the grains at the right moment of maturation to obtain the best raw material for this wine.
The pressing is done gently to extract the purest juice from the fruit. Subsequently, the Ceramic Sauvignon Blanc fermentation takes place in oak barrels lightly toasted with volcanic stone imported from Iceland, this, unlike directly applying the flame on the staves, gives this wine a unique nuance. Finally, the wine has been refined in a clay jar to offer it a range of different nuances.
Bodegas Vicente Gandía continues to bet on high expression wines, consolidating its ambitious project of positioning itself among the best wineries in the world