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            • Amizade Monterrei Godello 2011 Front Label
              Amizade Monterrei Godello 2011
              Godello from Spain
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              Amizade is a project from renowned winemaker Gerardo Méndez of Do Ferr...

              Amizade is a project from renowned winemaker Gerardo Méndez of Do Ferreiro in Rias Baixas. He has been instrumental in our continued exploration of new vineyards in Galicia. This friendship ("Amizade" in Galician) with Gerardo has borne continual fruit, of which this wine is a fine exemplar. Monterrei, its region of production, is an area of Galician Spain on the border with Portugal. It is something of a no man’s land for wine given its remoteness and comparative lack of sophisticated approaches. In this challenging territory, Gerardo, working with a local grower has selected clones from a vineyard called Quinturas. This is a pre-phylloxera parcel of centenarian vines, with predominantly sandy-slate soils. The site lies in the heart of Monterrei, in a valley where the cool nights extend the viticultural season. Vinification has all been carried out at a very sophisticated facility in the region and has utilized native yeast with fermentation in temperature-controlled tanks. Bottled after six months of lees aging, this the wine drinks well upon release and benefits also from bottle aging.

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