● Made to simply enjoy it, assuming that when it comes to wine there is not just one style, it has opened the doors to many future consumers
■ Brumas de Ayosa blanco afrutado
Semi-dry white from Listán blanco, Moscatel, aromatic Malvasia and Marmajuelo grapes.
Valle de Güímar Protected Designation of Origin
What this wine tells us
Although this type is not reputable among wine connoisseurs, one must admit that it has opened the doors to many future consumers and permits to use grapes from less noble areas to produce commercial wines in large editions. The nose is discreet, with slight hints of white fruit, direct and clean, always flawless and has a subtly embedded Moscatel background. On the palate, it is full of sweetness, the initial perception is full-bodied and balanced, with a modest alcoholic sensation and a discreet and straightforward finish. It is made to simply enjoy it, to drink it nonchalantly, assuming that when it comes to wine there is not just one style and that each of them has and should have its place on the market.
Its dancing partner
It is a must with fried cheese with jam.
The winery created this fruity category some years ago and hit the nail on the head, creating an unregulated category, which marks a turning-point in sales of this type of wine with residual sugar on the Canary Islands. They were also the first on the Islands to use the blue bottle that afterwards expanded greatly throughout the archipelago.