A wine D.O. Bullas made from grapes of the Macabeo and Malvasia varieties (80 % Macabeo y 20% Malvasía) , grown in cool areas high altitude, slow ripening, which increases the synthesis and accumulation of compounds in berries aromatic characteristic of these cultivars, maintaining a high natural acidity, perfectly integrated throughout the wine enhances its youth and freshness. The elaboration of this wine begins with a careful selection in the field of the best clusters serving mainly their health integrity, and they have reached the optimum level of maturation in order to obtain fresh and aromatic wines. After careful harvesting, the grapes enter the winery where they undergo gentle treatments in order to obtain the maximum wine quality: crushing and destemming of the grape to avoid the transfer of aromas and herbaceous flavors unpleasant and cold maceration with the skins to favor the extraction of primary aromas from the grape skins berries, reaching the the desired intensity and nuances. Fermentation takes place at low temperatures (16 ° C-18 ° C) in barrels fine-grained French oak. After this, the wine is kept in the same barrels for 4 months performing a newspaper removed from its lees to favor the transfer of polysaccharides which increase the sensations fat and unctuous on the palate, and will integrate better the aroma provided by the wood.
The color is elegant and nice. Straw yellow with golden highlights. The nose is rich in creamy hues both aromas like on the palate , elegant smoky notes , white fruit very expressive and subtle floral nuances. The palate has an entry unctuous mouth, with good structure and balance, which lengthens persistence leaving an elegant memories of fruit and wood quality.
Included in the TOP100 of Spanish wines in the UK 2015
In the municipality of Bullas we found from the Roman domination related to winemaking tradition as the child of grapes, small sculpture that appeared in the excavations of the Roman Villa of Los Cantos in Bullas, or the seal of Castellar , allegory elements vintage . Both examples of the economy and the dedication of the inhabitants of this land.
From s. XVII Bullas population grows and so does again its wine production since in this land there are many wineries or wineries where they are collected and create excellent wines. In 1660 the historian Martin of Ambel reports on the increase of population in Bullas and also highlights: “… In the place where was the old town of Bullas and its surroundings there are many wineries, who in this land called bodegas, where they are collected and drive more than 20,000 pounds of excellent wine, which is collected from an extensive amount of peonadas vineyard, with much similarity in the greatness of bunches those explorers brought their leader and captain of the People of God, the Promised land … ”
The most conclusive data about the intense wine production in Bullas it offers the wealth of traditional wineries that are still preserved, both urban and rural areas.
The concentration of these wineries is such that almost all the houses of the old town remains of ancient treasure wineries, some of which are still preserved enperfecto and have more than 300 years old.