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Bodegas Valdesil Montenovo Godello 2019
Bodegas Valdesil can be traced back to 1885, when an ancestor of the Prada family (the current owners), planted the first Godello vines on the high, slate hillsides of the Sil valley. The winemaking traditions originate with José Ramón Gayoso, who, contrary to the custom of the time established the first vineyard planted entirely with the native Godello grape.
Little by little Gayoso expanded small parcels of vines, or ‘Pezas’, carefully choosing the best sites in and around the village of Portela de Valderroas. In subsequent years many of these parcels were sold to other growers, leaving only the Pedrouzos estate within the family. In 2001 the current generation of the family began to buy back the small parcels, spurred on by the potential for Godello, the special qualities of the Valdeorras region, and the hopes of the original pioneers who established Pedrouzos, the oldest Godello vineyard in Galicia.
From the 100 plus year old Pedrouzos vineyard, the family has been able to carry out their own clonal selection and adopt techniques such as managing plant cover. On our recent trip to the winery, we were amazed to see these old vines growing out of what appeared to be pure slate. It was actually quite difficult to walk between the rows of vines due to the pointy slate shards.
Thanks to a restored heritage and an excellent team of professionals, Bodegas Valdesil is producing elegant and distinctive wines with an unmistakable personality which reflects their origin and grape variety.
Montenovo is made from a careful selection of 100% Godello grapes, from vines with a minimum 15 years of age, grown on hillside slopes and river bench sites, in soil rich in sand, clay, and slate. The slate soils contribute a distinctive mineral character to the wine.
Harvest is by hand, then the wine is fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks using indigenous yeasts, and finally moved to bottles for 3 months for refining. There is no malolactic fermentation; fining is with agents of mineral origin; and the the wine is cold stabilized (with light earth filtering).
Our tasting note: Bright pale straw colour. Aromas and flavours of fresh citrus, apple, pear, and tropical fruits (pineapple), with mineral and delicate floral notes. Dry and medium-bodied, with balancing acidity and a nice lingering finish. Best served at 8-11c.
Recommended pairings: Pair with fish and shellfish as well as salads, grilled chicken, and fresh vegetable dishes.
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