Appearance: Clean and bright, lemon yellow with olive hues.
Bouquet: High aromatic intensity where aromas of light aging (nutmeg, cloves, butter) are mixed with subtle hints of ripe fruit.
Palate: Persistent on the palate, with good structure and a perfect balance between smoothness and freshness.
Ramón do Casar Winery is a project that started in 2013 by the hand of the three González Sabucedo brothers, thus fulfilling the dream of their father Ramón, who after spending 20 years in Venezuela was able to return and gradually buy the land, where are made these exquisite wines now. Ramón do Casar Winery is located in the municipality of Prado, belonging to the Castrelo de Miño Council, Ourense and has 8 hectares of its own vineyard located on the banks of the Miño River, planted in the year 2000 with autochthonous varieties, on granite soils, to 350 meters of altitude, and with an influence of the Oceanic / Atlantic climate. At the head of the technical direction is Pablo Estévez, a young winemaker recognized for making great white wines in this area, personally supervising each harvest and cultivation process, from pruning to harvest, to guarantee that all of the grapes present an excellent quality at the time of harvest. From day one, the project aimed to produce high-quality wines within the framework of one of the oldest Denominations of Origin in Spain, the Ribeiro D.O. Raising the perception of quality and the prestige of Galician white wines made in Galicia became one of the company’s key strategic objectives. With their grapes they have harvested in their recent history excellent local, regional, national and international awards. “RC” is the logo for wine bottles, a decadent concept in which the “C” is the Ramón do Casar wine glass. Everything comes together to give meaning to the effort from the auroral vision. Ramón do Casar Nobre is an excellent white wine with aging made with 100% Treixadura grapes by Adega Ramón do Casar within the regulatory board of Ribeiro Designation of Origin. This wine is made under the technical supervision of Pablo Estévez, and it reflects and pays tribute to the wines of yesteryear produced in this area, in small family wineries where the wines were made and preserved in Galician oak or chestnut wood barrels. , which gave them such unique characteristics.
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