Grape: Tempranillo Blanco, Viura
Place: La Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa, La Rioja, Spain.
The rare Tempranillo blanco was discovered in 1988 by a wine grower in a Tempranillo vineyard near in Rioja. While Tempranillo is a dark-skin variety used to produce red wine, the grower discovered that one of his vines had undergone a mutation that produced yellow-green clusters after veraison.
Winemaking: Fermented in French oak barrels of 225 and 500 Liters. Matured on lees in oak for 6 months.
Production Volume: 1,892 bottles (with individual bottle number)