This oceanic white also contains 25% grapes that were macerated on their skins, giving it a bit more depth and complexity than other coastal whites. Further adding to its complexity, the vines are around 70-100 years old (!). This is a bottle you can hold onto and age for years to come.
This Frías cuvée is made entirely from old-vine Lístan Blanco, one of the main native white varieties of the Canary Islands. The vines are somewhere between 80-100 years old, producing very little, but very concentrated fruit, resulting in an incredibly concentrated style of delicious terroir-driven wine.
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Our conserva selection is inspired by the tiny tapas bars we fell in love with while in Barcelona, San Sebastian, and Madrid.