Xarmant Txakolina | White Blend 250mL Can | 2020 | Spain

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Xarmant Txakolina | White Blend 250mL Can | 2020 | Spain

Xarmant Txakolina | White Blend 250mL Can | 2020 | Spain

$8.00 Sale Save

Grapes are harvested separately based on ripeness, and the must is extracted using a pneumatic press. After a brief cold maceration, each grape variety ferments separately in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures, utilizing native yeasts. The wine then ages on the lees for two months with some bâtonnage for selected tanks. The wine is then blended and stored at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks for stabilization until canning. Per the style in Álava, Xarmant is bottled with less naturally occurring residual carbon dioxide than txakoli from other regions, like Getaria.


Green Packaging: CAN!

Flavor: Sessionable and lively. The perfect afternoon wine.

Wine Type: Low-intervention, dry white with a touch of spritz

Grape: 70% Hondarrabi Zuri, 10% Gros Manseng, 10% Petit Manseng, 10% Petit Corbu

ABV%: 12.5

Region: Spain

Vineyard Subregion: Arabako, Basque Country, Álava

Farming: Practicing organic

Yeast: Native

Producer: Artomaña

Winemaker: Alava brothers

In Spain’s coastal Basque Country, “Xarmant” (char-mant) means ‘charming’ and txakoli is the joyous, light, white wine shared amongst friends with northern Spain’s legendary cuisine.

Xarmant is made from the highest quality, sustainably farmed estate vineyards from the verdant Amurrio valley in the Basque Country, close to the Bay of Biscay on Spain’s rugged, green northern coast. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean creates a unique, ideal microclimate to produce this ‘charming’ wine. 

Artomaña Txakolina is located near the town of Amurrio at 350m elevation in the verdant Orduña Valley in the foothills of the Sierra Salvada mountains. The village is next to the Nervión river before the magnificent waterfall of Salto del Nervión drops over 270m, one of the highest and most beautiful waterfalls in all of Western Europe. The Orduña Valley faces the Atlantic Ocean, where its proximity creates a unique, ideal microclimate. The valley forms the geological and climatic border between the Castilian plateau and the Nervión river basin. The dominant wind is north-northwest, which is cool and loaded with humidity from the Cantabrian Sea. On the hottest days of summer, the sea breeze arrives at midday to cool the vines.

Artomaña utilizes a blend of sustainably grown estate grapes, the traditional varieties indigenous to the Basque region: Hondarrabi Zuri with Gros Manseng, Petit Manseng, and Petit Corbu.

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