Tentenublo Los Corrillos Blanco 2015
Tentenublo elabora este blanco, mayoritariamente, con Jaén blanca, una uva poco utilizada en Rioja y que suele emplearse en la elaboración de brandis y vinos de Montilla-Moriles. Las uvas proceden de diversas fincas y cuenta con una crianza de 5 meses que lo convierte en un vino redondo, lleno de matices florales y un paso por boca fino y equilibrado.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
There are two new wines with the same name, produced with grapes from the same vineyards that have mixed varieties of both colors, one white and one red. The white 2015 Los Corrillos is a multi-vineyard, multi-grape blend of Calagraño with 10% each Viura and Malvasía Riojana; these grapes are from four plots in Viñaspre ranging from 40 to 100 years of age. The full clusters were foot trodden in a plastic bin; the wine was with the skins for around five days and then it was transferred to a chestnut vat where it finished fermenting and aged for five months, with all the lees and without racking. So this is a mini-orange wine, with some skin-contact character, waxy and leesy aromas intermixed with some pollen and white flowers. The palate shows the roundness of the vintage and some fine tannins, a white to stand to white meat dishes. 928 bottles and eight magnums were filled in March 2016.