Color: light yellow wine with greenish notes and light citrus nuances.
Nose: Intense and fresh, herbal, blossoming trees and white fruits such apple and pear with some notes of tropical fruits.
Mouth: Nicely balanced acidity with its fruity aromas. WHITE #ForTapas shows a certain volume in the mouth what makes it very pleasant with its crispy flavors. Medium persistence an in its aftertaste the fruit reappears as well as the bitter note characteristic of a young Verdejo.
Wonderful for almost all seafood, especially if they are simply steamed or cooked. Also goes very good with any type of rise and salads.
Best served between 8ºC and 10ºC
WHITE #ForTapas Organic is made from grapes grown following 100% the principles of organic farming, no artificial chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides are used.
The objectives of organic methodology in agriculture are first and foremost the benefits for the long-term fertility of the soil and for the improved condition and biodiversity of the surrounding natural environment.
In viticulture the criteria for organic include also a low tolerated amount of sulphites in the end product and a small chemical residues in the end product as possible.
An additional benefit from a wider perspective is the potential of the organically cultivated soil to act as a carbon sink which is increasingly important in the global efforts to curb climate change.
Principles of growing and certifying EU organic:
The difference between vegan wine and regular wine is that in the production of regular wines, most specifically during the clarification of the wine, may have been used gelatin, egg, casein or isinglass.
No animal-derived ingredients are used at any stage in the making of WHITE #ForTapas Organic.
After the selected grapes are harvested, the most is squeezed and carefully separated from the seeds and skins.
The must then ferments in small stainless-steel tanks at a controlled temperature until it is perfectly ripe.
A standard glass wine or sparkling wine bottle can weigh over 1kg. Of the climatic effects of wine packaged in a glass bottle, the single biggest load comes from the production of the glass.
Glass production consume a lot of energy because the required temperatures are around 1400-1600˚C. Thus, the lighter the glass bottle the smaller the amount of glass used, and the carbon dioxide load caused.
Lighter glass bottles like ours also create savings in logistics fuel consumption, garbage taxes, and the related CO2 emissions, as well as the amount of glass waste.