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The Albariño Organistrum is made with grapes that come from a selected plot that faces the south west and is located at 110m above sea level. The grapes from this vineyard usually ripen sooner than the rest of their plots. The grapes are chosen in order to make a wine that will improve after ageing in barriques.
Fermentation starts in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats before finishing in French oak barrels from Allier, where the malolactic fermentation takes place for three months. When this process is finished, Organistrum rests in stainless steel vats again for approximately seven months before bottling.
Clean, attractive straw-yellow colour with a bright lemon glint. A delicate vanilla touch mingles with light perfumes of smoky wood and notes of lemon, grapefruit and white stone fruit. Dry, well balanced and full-bodied, its persistence and complexity makes Organistrum harmoniously rounded, ending with a long finish.