Gran Tehyda Blanco Seco, the 100% Listán Blanco young wine… 100% autochthonous.
Gran Tehyda Blanco Seco is a wine produced from totally autochthonous grapes varieties of Listán Blanco. It comes from vineyards in the Palos Alto estate, located in the town of Los Realejos, on the top of the Orotava Valley, at about 600 meters above sea level.
Its aromas are typical of the Listán variety, with fruity and very fragrant tones.
Looking against the light, its pale yellow color hints at its radiant youth.
- Alcoholic strength: 12,5 % vol.
- Location: P.D.O. Valle de la Orotava.
- Grapes varieties:
- 100 % Listán Blanco
- Harvest date: Whole month of September to middle of October.
- Serving temperature: 10 ºC.
- Food matching: It’s ideal for accompanying every fish based dish, seafood and young cheese dishes.
- Tasting notes: Gran Tehyda Blanco Seco is a wine featuring a peculiar, pale yellow color. It’s gentle on the nose, with anise, fennel and fruit aromas, typical of this kind of grapes. The taste is fresh, with good structure and persistence. Gran Tehyda Blanco Seco is a young wine that is ready to be tasted in early December. Being a cool, dry white wine with good acidity-alcohol content balance, Gran Tehyda Blanco Seco is the perfect match for appetizers and light meals, especially fish: seafood, white and blue fish and light sauces. Serve cold!
Analytical data sheet:
- Residual sugars: below 2 gr/l
- Total acidity: 5,80 gr/l
- pH: 3,03
- Volatile acidity: 0.35 gr/l
- Total amount of sulfur: 60.00 mg/l
Production method: Once all the grapes have been de-stemmed, they are incubated in self-emptying stainless steel tanks. The 15 degrees maceration continues for 12 hours, with continued hourly pumping overs to obtain the best aromas. Maceration takes place very slowly at a controlled temperature of 15-16 degrees in deposits of stainless steel. Once stabilized against tartaric precipitation, the wine is cold bottled after decanting and filtration.