● If we gather the great virtues of several varietals together in a single wine, greater complexity, flavor, and originality can be achieved
■ Viñátigo Ensamblaje blanco
White made from Gual, Marmajuelo, Vijariego Blanco and aromatic Malvasia grapes
Islas Canarias Protected Designation of Origin
What this wine tells us
Many of the great wines of the world are monovarietals because they express the characteristics of every grape, terroir and, of course, its maker’s personal touch very frankly. But there is no doubt that if we gather the great virtues of several varietals together in a single wine, greater complexity, flavor, and originality can be achieved. This is the case with this wine. It is fresh, with depth, a wine to meditate on and enjoy, a brilliant companion to gastronomy because of its complex bouquet and because it is forceful on the palate, marked by a quick and pronounced aftertaste.
Its dancing partner
Fantastic with potatoes stuffed with wreckfish.
It reveals the creative potential of Canary Islands grapes, given that they can offer multiple combinations of varietals that are unmatched in the rest of the world.