Garciarevalo Tres Olmos 2015
The fruit that goes into Garciarevalo's Tres Olmos is sourced from the estate's oldest Verdejo vines. These vines range from 100 to 140 years old and are growing on original rootstocks in sandy soils.
Vinification After spontaneous fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks the wine is aged for 6 months on the lees before bottling. To maintain greater freshness, kegs are not aged on the lees.
Tasting Notes Smells fresh and exotic, with notes of lime leaf and lime blossom. It's an inviting wine, mid-weight, with a great balance of minerality, earthiness, citrusy fruit, and a touch of brine.
Keg Tres Olmos is also available in a 20L, recyclable Polykeg with a standard sankey coupler. We recommend using nitrogen gas for taps, but please consult your keg tech.
Matapozuelos at 900m
- Vine Age
130-145 years (ungrafted)
- Suggested Retail