Varieties: 55% Macabeo. 25% Muscat. 20% Chardonnay.
Tasting notes: TRIO is apple green colour with darker tints. Its primary nose is intensely floral , reminiscent of rosemary but with fruit notes, enhancing its finishing aroma of mint leaves. On the palate it begins as fresh with elegant fruity notes pleasant to the taste with a eucalyptus finish and leaving an intense aroma on the palate. A Wine to accompany Mediterranean cuisine. Highly recommended and excellent with fish, seafood or first dishes of pasta.
Vineyards: Simple clay soils with low levels of organic materials.
Average vineyard maturity: 20 years.
Plant spacing: 2.5 x 1m.
Rootstock: American SO4.
Rainfall for 2006: 336.2 mm.
Vineyard orientation: southwest.
Average Production: 6.000 kg/Ha.
Alcohol: 12.5% Vol.
Total acidity (ATS): 4.5 g/l.
Residual sugars: 2.0 g/l.
Limited production of: 26.000 bottles.
Vineyards: 100% from Emendis Estate.
Chardonnay and Macabeo: end of August.
Muscat of Alexandria: early September.
Production: All the harvesting is done by hand into boxes (20 kilos), which are then maintained at 5º. A second selection is carried out to select the highest quality grapes that are pressed to extract maximum 60% of the juice. Fermentation proceeds at a controlled temperature of 16ºC. Before bottling the wine is slowly gravity filtered to retain to the maximum the varietal aromas.