Brand: Crisopa 2014; first vintage: 2011.
Grape: 100 % albariño.
Plots: Manzaniña; 35 years old vines, trained in the traditional Pergola style .
Exposure: facing to the south west.
Soil: decomposed granite and clay soils.
2014 vintage: Spring rainy and warm; rainy and cold summer; late maturing due to rain. The harvest ended on October 5.
Vinification: Clusters selected by hand in the vineyards. Quickly transported to the winery in 15 kg crates. Foot-trodden in open plastic vessels with 40% whole-clusters included; Skin-fermented in for 15 days in a steel vat; Pressed in a vertical press and then racked to the same vat, where it rests for 10 months on the lees before being bottled without clarification.
Bottled: september 2015.
Production: 448 bottles and 15 magnums.
Photo: Plot Inxertal