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Rating: 90 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Andalucia Country:Spain
Varietals: Moscatel ABV:13%

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90 Pts Wine Spectator

"Aromatic, with orange blossom and lychee notes, this white is firm and dry on the palate, showing expressive floral, smoke and bitter orange flavors that are clean and refreshing. Harmonious and long. Drink now through . " Reviewed November 2014 (this is quoted with the drink window blank, as posted on Wine Spectator)


"The wine is fermented with 100% native yeasts in stainless steel tanks. It has alectrifying nose of flowers, oranges, exotic fruits, and spiced honeycomb. There's ots of succulent fruit upfront, yet the wine finishes bone-dry, with plenty of verve and tension." Winery Notes

About the Malaga Vineyards
Soil:Placed about 500 - 1000 m of altitude in slate soils of very pronounced slopes in the called "umbrias"
Viticulture:: Sustainable viticulture. Many of the vineyards in more than one cultivation: vineyard / olive tree

Compania De Telmo Rodriguez
Even though the wine was successful, the increase in grape prices during the 1990s and the lack of commitment from the local co-operatives, forced the company to leave the area and focus on other projects.

Rueda is the second area Telmo and Pablo went to explore, and it was here that the Basa project was born. Back then, they exported all of their wines. But with the creation of other wines such as Aran, Molino Real and Lanzaga, the need for a single umbrella brand arose. The company at this stage belonged entirely to Pablo Eguzkiza and Telmo Rodriguez, who decided to call it "Compañía de Vinos Telmo Rodriguez", (the Telmo Rodriguez Wine Company) to take advantage of Telmo's position in the wine world, as well as his pioneering work with Spanish viticulture.

From the start, the aim of the company has been to use native Spanish varieties. This philosophy originally differed from the on-going interest in the planting of foreign varieties, pretty much in every Spanish vineyard region. Another noteworthy initiative, again from the earliest days of the business, is the recovery of abandoned or forgotten vineyards. This is how the projects in Malaga, with Molino Real, and in Cebreros , with Pegaso, emerged.