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100% Chardonnay
Somontano, Salas Bajas, Spain

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Founded in 1991, Enate de Viñedos y Crianzas del Alto Aragón began operating with only 25 hectares of vineyards, which grew steadily over the years until they became the 500 hectares currently owned by the company.

Located at an altitude around 600 metres above sea level in the heart of Somontano, the Enate vines are protected by the Pyrenees and enjoy temperature differences up to 15oC between daytime and nighttime, a key factor in allowing the grapes to ripen slowly and steadily.
In the 12,000 square-meter facility, state-of-the-art equipment is used to craft the Enate wines with great precision and attention to detail. The company has over 4,000 oak barrels, 70% French and 30% American.

The wines produced by Enate are precise, elegant and conceived along a modern style. The production is divided into 85% red wines, 10% white wines and 5% rosé wines.

It comes from vineyards over 35 years old. The grapes were handpicked, destemmed, gently crushed and kept in contact with their skins for 5 hours.

After that, Enate Chardonnay 234 2021 was fermented in stainless steel tanks under strict temperature control with selected yeasts.

Finally, this young white wine from Somontano was clarified and stabilized before bottling.

The label of this Spanish white wine was designed by the artist Pepe Cerdá.

Aperitif, Baked whitefish, Fish and gravy, Fish and vegetables, Grilled fish, Grilled whitefish, Light hors d'oeuvres, Oriental cuisine, Pasta with fish, Risotto, Roasted fish, semi-cured cheese, Smoked foods, Soft pasta cheese, Soup and rice, Sushi, White meat with gravy.

Taste Fruity and Fresh, Light, easy to drink, Silky and intense.


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