Conde de los Andes White
Type of grape
Ollauri Haro Briñas
By hand and in crates, starting at the end of September.
In fine-grained French oak barrels, half of which are new. Fermentation on lees for three months.
Weekly stirring of the lees to obtain greater complexity and expression during the fermentation process.
Once the fermentation is complete, the wine is aged for 6 months in the same barrels. After bottling, it rests in the bottle for a minimum of one year.
- Conde de los Andes White
Pale yellow with golden reflections.
Complex and well-balanced, with notes of citrus fruits, and more sumptuous notes of white flowers, vanilla and the toasted touches of oak maturation.
Structured and at the same time very fresh thanks to its well-balanced acidity.
Silky, enveloping and persistent, very juicy.
Alcohol: 14.5% vol
Paellas and seafood rices. Seafood-style pasta dishes.
All types of fish preparations: stews, smoked, grilled, fried, sushi.
White meats in light sauces.
Creamy, soft and semi-cured cheeses.
Serve at 9 - 10º C
Conde de los Andes also has another more ground-breaking line, Capítulos. A family of wines in which the winemaking is experimental and can change depending on the harvest.
This collection of limited editions, exploring specific aspects of the vineyards belonging to Conde de los Andes, has been launched with Capítulo I: a 2016 Malvasía with good length and interesting citric acidity of which 1,938 bottles have been made.
Capítulo II is a 2016 Garnacha with vibrant acidity and well delineated on the palate, made from plots planted in 1910 and 1940. 1,162 bottles have been made of this one.
In an impressive network of cellars with names like ‘Los Candiles', ‘Los Gallegos’ or ‘De la Flor’, at a depth of 40 metres, lie wines from vintages ranging from 1892 to 2019.
This kilometre, which holds the histories of centuries-old wineries, is the result of our commitment to renovating the cellars, maintaining the historic vintages and making wine in the winery.
More than 450,000 bottles are stored there, of which 40,000 are from before the 1970s.
The collection includes a large number of half-bottles and white wines.