“Greenish yellow, very bright. Very intense aroma. Predominant aromas of citrus and white fruit. Notes pastries. On the palate the entry is large, step mouth fresh and balanced, with lots of volume. Long, smooth finish. Aftertaste of white peach and lemon peel.
Development and Aging
Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes is aged for six months on its lees, making it become a wine for aging for many years.
Length of vegetative cycle: normal
Yield: medium low
Harvest period: forward
Climate: cool, cold winter, wet spring, mild summer, warm and dry autumn.
The recent history of Bodegas Chivite runs from the time of the Court of Isabella II of Spain to toast Elizabeth II in the Moncloa Palace or the toast of SS. MM. Kings of Spain with all the presidents of the member countries of NATO summit in Madrid 97.
From 1647 until today, the Chivers family has been passing his winery from father to son without interruption.
Julian Chivers has been a key figure in the world of Spanish wines of the twentieth century, in recognition of this effort was honored by the Regulatory Council of the Denomination of Origin Navarra in 1980.
In 1992 he was awarded the Commander of the Order of Agricultural Merit granted by the King of Spain and delivered by the THEN YOU. . .”