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Conde de Haro Brut MagnumMagnum
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Description of Conde de Haro Brut Magnum
Conde de Haro Brut Magnum (Malvasía and Viura)
- View: bright greenish yellow shades, foam glass is formed in dense and persistent, a string of microscopic bubble rising to the surface freely.
- Nose: character acidic fruit and flowers. On a second level, and characters fermentative own transformation into bottle (honey, vanilla, liquor).
- Mouth: sweet but fresh at the same time thanks to its high acidity. The combination of fruit / acid / fine lees, a feeling of fullness surprising, fruit aftertaste, this time with greater dominance of spices, a pleasant memory for a few seconds to the taster.
VINEYARD: This is the area vineyards Prado Enea, highlands, but unlike these is facing slopes to the north in order to protect the vineyards from the heat that could alter the delicate aroma varietal necessary cavas.
GRAPES: 90% and 10% Viura Malvasía.
AGEING: Aged in rhyme at least 14 months.
PREPARATION: The grapes are harvested by the third week of September. About 15 days earlier than those dedicated to white wines. Vintage must be in boxes of 15 kilos to respect the integrity of the fruit. After passing through the selection belt clusters pass to the press. Pressing is the most delicate moment to preserve the quality, only the must obtained from the soft pressing is used to make this cava. Musts perform a first fermentation in 1,000 liter timber to be retained therein until late April. From here the second fermentation in the bottle is raised.
WINE PAIRING: Iberian, seafood.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 6-8 ° C
Bodegas Muga is located in the historical Barrio de La Estación (railway station district) in Haro. The facilities (270,000 square foot) are two centuries old, built mainly of stone and oak. In fact, oak is paramount in the winery. There are 200 oak deposits as well as 14,000 barrels, made out of different types of oak ranging from French oak (Allier, Tronçais or Jupilles), American, Hungarian, Russian and even the small consignment of Spanish oak.More about the Winery