El Coto Blanco

El Coto de Rioja (Rioja)

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El Coto de Rioja produces this El Coto Blanco ($5.91), a white wine from the region of Rioja of the best of viura and macabeo grapes and has an alcoholic content of 12%. Uvinum users give this El Coto Blanco 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · El Coto Blanco

Type Of Wine:
white wine
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Appellation:
Rioja (La Rioja,Spain)
Winery:
El Coto de Rioja
Volume:
75 cl
Grapes:
Macabeo, Viura
Allergens:
Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.:
12%

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Description · El Coto de Rioja

El Coto Blanco (Macabeo and Viura)

TASTING NOTES:
- View:% is pale yellow, clear, green hues,
-Nose: intensely aromatic, well-balanced, full-bodied, edgy and cool.
-Mouth: El Coto Blanco has a pleasant acidity that combines perfectly with an exquisite aftertaste of flowers, fruit and herbs.
DEGREE OF ALCOHOL: temperature: 7-8 ° C
PAIRING: Very easy to take and act to accompany both shellfish and fish grilled or baked.
DEVELOPMENT: Our Viura grapes used in the production of this wine come from 50% of the Rioja region and in another 50% of Rioja Alta. At both locations Viura is obtained with good acidity. With very fresh and in good health. The grapes on arrival at the winery are protected with a carbonic gas curtain that protects them from any oxidation. The same gas is used for instant cooling of the grapes prior to pressing. In this press that takes place in pneumatic presses happens when the racking and cleaning of the must at low temperature. Finished cleaning musts fermentation takes place in the presence of selected yeasts at very low temperature to favor the generation of all white fruit aromas that the wine sample.
GRAPES: 100% Viu-ra
WINERY: El Coto de Rioja

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Posted on at 04.52

4/5

Vino Blanco D.O. Madrid

WHITE. Wine made from a selection of the best grapes and meticulous process, where the wine is obtained pale yellow, with a clean, fine and fruity aroma with good intensity. In the mouth it is light, fresh, well equipped with proper flavors and clean retronasal persistence with fruity aromas. Sun...

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Posted on at 07.54

4/5

Coto Blanco

I had this El Coto de Rioja with my club mates.
Highlights the straw yellow color. It smells of lemon and apple. It left a pleasing smokey aftertaste.
It tasted good with a pepperoni pizza.

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Posted on at 09.30

4/5

TASTING NOTES :
- View: El Coto Blanco is pale, limpid, with shades of green, full-bodied, edgy and cool .
- Nose: intensely aromatic, well balanced.
- Mouth: El Coto El Coto Blanco has a...

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Posted on at 05.36

3/5

Blanco Madrid is awesome

Posted on at 13.11

4/5

Blanco

The winery El Coto de Rioja has about 100 ha of vineyards in one of the most recognized zones of the Rioja Alta, Conicero. The wines are planted there in about 85% of the famous Tempranillo and 15%...

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Posted on at 17.09

4/5

Tasting Notes: In his view wine tasting very fresh. Both the nose and palate. The aromas of white fruit and vegetable tones give way to a mouth with citrus and fresh character. Pairing: Accompanies...

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