“All our single varietal reds follow the same winemaking philosophy seeking to transfer you to the most Atlantic Galicia. A rich and diverse land like the almost forgotten and abandoned red varietals in this secluded white wine region. Wines with very good acidity that have completely different personalities thanks to its authentic varietal expressions.
Attis Caíño Tinto is made with this red grape from Rias Baixas, one of the indigenous varieties with the highest potential. Its elegance, freshness and good acidity will match with your red grilled meats, fish stews or Marmitako.
Denomination of Origin: Rías Baixas.
Wine´s category: Red wine aged in oak barrel.
Grape variety: 100% Caiño Tinto.
Limited production: 884 bottles.
Traditional pergola with 800 vines/ha.
Soils of granitic Entisoles of Sandy-clay character.
Dominant orientation in the south-western part.
Yield: 4.000 kg /ha.
Hand harvest picking in boxes of 15 kg perforated.
Selection of grapes.
Alcoholic spontaneus fermentation in French oak barrel (500L).
Total maceration of 15 days with 2 “pigeages”/day.
Vertical hydraulic press.
Spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
Ageing 12 months in new French oak barrel.
Fining with eggs and sea water.
A delicious wine, with grassy and vegetable touches. A fresh acidity. Autoctonous.