Bruno Murciano, Valencia Blanco Seco Pieles Doradas 2021

£14.00 (75cl)

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About the wine



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Mix of valencian white grape varieties gown in steep slopes at high altitude in the Heart Cabriel River Natural Park with an average of 1.000m above sea level.

Tasting note

Appealing nose with an intense flavour of stone yellow fruits like ripe apricots completed with a hint of sweet vanilla and white flowers. Dry palate with crunchy yellow fruits and a creamy texture with refreshing citrus acidity.

Food pairing

Enjoy at cold temperature between 8 to 10°C. Ideal with cold salads, sushi, blue fish, sea food pasta & rice, barbecue and grilled meat.

About the producer

Bruno Murciano, one of the UK’s most well regarded Spanish Sommeliers, with more than 16 years of international experience, is pursuing a lifelong dream to produce a range of wines made from Bobal in his native homeland of Utiel-Requena. Working alongside his brother Jose Luís who looks after the viticulture and winemaking with the initial help of David Sampedro, one of Rioja Alavesa’s 5 th generation of vine growers from an extremely talented winemaking family, they have combined their joint experience and passion to produce an amazing range of Artisan Family wines from high altitude 7 hectares of organically grown vineyards above 900m. Bruno and Jose Luís use artisanal methods and biodynamic techniques, with very little intervention in the cellar, whilst following the lunar biodynamic calendar to achieve the very best results.

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