A concept from one of Uruguay’s leading Winemakers and Vineyard owner, Santiago Deicas. Employing natural wine making techniques and minimal intervention inspired by beer making processes. Highly innovative and really exploring the boundaries of wine making.
They apply principles of organic agriculture with a strong focus in caring for the environment. The goal is to achieve a balanced viticultural ecosystem with the minimum possible intervention, while considering carefully the impact each of their actions may have. Made of 50% Petit Manseng and 50% Gros Manseng grapes, from sustainable farming in the Juanico region.
Orange wine is a type of white wine made by leaving the grape skins and seeds in contact with the juice. The result is a deep orange-hued wine, with an incredible complex range of flavours, and an excellent match for foods that are bold, intense and spiced. Orange winemaking is an ancient process that naturally allows the use of little to no additives. Low in sulfites.
It smells like apple, honey and Rock and Roll. Tastes like fresh fruit juice. We recommend to serve it cold with people who knowhow to value talent in what is different. Unfiltered wine, and so a little cloudy.
Great with oven fired stone baked pizza with mozzarella pieces, sweet orange peppers, a dusting of chillies, olive oil and herbs and of course skinny fries or sweet and nutty Morrocan cous cous