LISTÁN BLANCO DE CANARIAS 2020
The vines are trained in ‘parrales’, a training method inherited by the Portuguese community that settled on the northern part of the island back in the 15th century. These vertical structures adapt to the hills and ravines created by the last eruptions of Teide volcano towards the north of the island. This wine is very fresh and has a vibrant acidity. On the nose, it has fragrant aromas of fennel, dried fruits and fig tree leaves; as well as a distinct mineral quality that is a result of the volcanic soils.
LISTÁN NEGRO 2019
Listán Negro is a grape that Viñátigo cultivates in the mid-lands, in the north-west of Tenerife.
The grapes are hand-harvested by mid-September and the wine ages in old barrels for three months. It’s a delightful and juicy red, with
aromas of black pepper, dark fruits, with an outstanding fragrance of black pepper and a strong mineral, volcanic character.
Negramoll is Canary Island's most delicate red variety. It's thin skin and big berries yield wines that are light bodied but have very powerful aromatics. The ungrafted vines grow near the Ocean, around 300 meters above sea level. The wine is aged for six months in neutral barrels. The delicate aromas of red berry fruits are accompanied by an intriguing wisp of toffee and a powerful yet subtle volcanic minerality. A smooth and rounded palate shows polished tannins and a gentle, pleasant finish.