Uno de los grandes vinos blancos españoles elaborado con un coupage de tres variedades de la zona: Viura, Malvasía y Garnacha blanca, en diferentes proporciones según la añada. Un blanco de guarda riojano que despliega un carácter especiado y complejo en nariz y una mineralidad bien marcada. Toma su nombre del tejido con el que se suelen elaborar los vestidos de novia, debido a que transmite también suavidad, delicadeza y elegancia.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
The white 2017 Organza is a blend of 45% Viura, 35% Garnacha Blanca and 20% Malvasía Riojana and has a contained 12.5% alcohol and good acidity. The grapes were pressed after 16 hours of maceration, the juice was let to settle, and it fermented in new oak barrels, where the wine matured for 11 months in contact with the lees that were stirred twice per week during the first six months. It feels like 2017 was very good year for whites, even if the year was marked by the frost at the of end of April, and there were uneven bunches so that they had to select the grapes. It has a captivating nose of pollen, yellow flowers and a touch of honeycomb. The palate is dry and serious, quite tasty, with good balance. 10,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in September 2018. - Luis Gutiérrez.
A rare excursion for the red-focused Egurens into white wine territory, this is a stylish, appealing, sensitively oaked blend of Viura, Garnacha Blanca and Malvasía. Tangy and sappy, it has impressive minerality and a freshness derived from early picking, with understated oak and flavours of citrus and pear. 2019-23