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O Luar do Sil Godello fermentado en barrica

A complex, expressive wine, very intense and with a range of nuances typical of the Godello variety and the special production method used.

D.O. Valdeorras
Variety 100% Godello.


Selection of parcels with slate soils in Seadur.


The vineyards selected for this wine are tended with special care. Harvesting takes place in mid-September and the grapes are taken to the winery in 15 kilo crates, then left to rest at a low temperature for twelve hours. The grapes are destalked and cold macerated. They are pressed at low pressure and the must is placed in 500 litre French oak and acacia casks, where it ferments at a controlled temperature for 20 days. Once fermented, the fine lees are preserved to gain in oiliness, volume and aromatic potency by means of battonage, stirring the fine lees together smoothly for six months, after which the wine remains over the fine lees for another three months. The wine is clarified naturally for bottling. The wine remains in the bottle for at least three months before being put on sale.

Tasting Notes

An intense golden colour, clean and brilliant, with a glycerine rim. In the nose, wild flowers and ripe fruits, some exotic and tropical. Intense entry in the mouth, well integrated acidity and alcohol, with the emphasis on mineral notes and the oily character of the fine lees. Mature and full flavoured at the same time, a great balance between ripe fruit and lightly toasted notes. Perfect for drinking now and for laying down in the bottle. The future will mark the definition of the tannins and increase its nobility.

Serving temperature 12-14ºC.

Godello fermentado en barrica



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