Lost Vines from Extremadura
Alarije’s name comes from Arabic “al‘arīš”. It is an almost extinguished native variety from Extremadura, where it is very well adapted to the heat and the dry weather, being able to produce wines with sufficient acidity in a short, hot growing season.
Light yellow color with brilliant greenish edges. On the nose typical thiol aromas of this variety remind us of grapefruit, box tree, fennel, anis and a hint of Williams pear at the very end. Light and fresh with nice pleasant acidity and fruity palate with long aftertaste.
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