If a winemaker calls himself 'an island' you know he stands out amongst others in the region. This is the case for Nacho Gonzales, whose progressive views on natural wine making are unlike any other in Galicia. Names 'Malas Uvas' since these grapes are hand-harvested separately from the rest. of the vines and de-stemmed, wild fermented in a 500L steel tank and 400L Tinaja (Spanish tapered, clay amphora) with about one week of skin maceration, then raised over winter on the lees and bottled without fining, filtration or added SO2.
Grapes:Doña Blanca & Palomino
Soil: Granite and Clay with Atlantic climate
Farming: Organic with some biodynamic practices
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