From the name in dialect for the laurel tree, which is also the name of the hill where these trees grow along the margins forming natural windbreaks.
In this very windy and dry area, the grapes achieve maximum ripeness, which is essential to producing this still wine of great depth, which is crisp yet at the same time full of character.
For those who prefer to drink still wines with their meals, this one offers just the right compromise, from starter through to main course.
Bottle 0,75 l
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