● It as a Malvasia liqueur and not because of its alcohol content or excessive sweetness, but because of the sensation of a well-stored wine
■ Teneguía Estelar
Sweet wine aged 16 years in barrel from 100% aromatic Malvasia grapes
La Palma Protected Designation of Origin
What this wine tells us
I would describe it as a Malvasia liqueur and not because of its alcohol content or excessive sweetness, but because of the sensation of a well-stored wine with elegant balance that is conveyed by its olfactory and gustatory characteristics. You’d best try it yourself, because every bottle has a different aroma and taste (made in 1996, aged 16 years in the barrel, from 15% noble Botrytis grapes, in very limited editions that are put on the market upon request).
Its dancing partner
Outstanding with a blue or mold cheese.
It was produced in the year oenologist Carlos Lozano’s daughter was born, which already makes it special. The image on the bottle is designed after La Palma’s sky, in a special edition to give as a gift and see the stars.