Vineyards are located in San Martin de Unx, a tiny village in the Baja Montaña sub-region in the northern region of Navarra.
Old Garnacha vines from lime-rich soils are found at 700 meters above sea level.
The Atlantic climate reaches this small region which contributes to its unique and distinctive character.
HARVEST AND PRODUCTION
The grapes are brought to the winery and cold-soaked for 12 hours, pressed, and placed in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. After fermentation, the wine spends 3 months on its lees prior to bottling.
Pale golden color. In the nose, fresh lemon zest and lime, fruity apple, and cool mint. Later, juicy herbal notes and delicate white flowers emerge. On the palate green apple and citrus. Cool mint and a slight herbal note give the wine an interesting twist.