The Gorka Izagirre winery is one of the most prestigious txakoli wineries in Bizkaia. National and international recognitions guarantee the good work of their preparations. Located in the town of Larrabetzu, it reaches the most demanding customers in the world with unique dishes.
This pack of the ZURA and G22 txakolis is a sample of what they are capable of doing with aging in wood and without wood, achieving excellent txakolis.
Golden yellow color with greenish reflections; clean and intense aromas of ripe white fruit and citrus reminiscent of pink grapefruit. We also appreciate the toasted bread and pastries that denote its time in wood. Powerful and glyceric on the palate with a base of ripe apple together with notes of citrus and tropical fruits accompanied by subtle smokiness together with notes of toast and butter, all wrapped in a fresh acidity that augurs long life and fantastic evolution. Intense and tasty.
A magnificent blend of Hondarrabi Zerratia, its lees and wood. The Zura pairs perfectly with grilled fish, white meats and smoked cheeses. A unique, subtle and sophisticated wine, a lover of good food. The 2015 vintage was awarded as “Best White Wine in the World” by the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2019.
The G22 txakoli is the result of patience, tasting and observation. Several years have been needed to create this special coupage. The best of the winery’s estates have been brought together in the G22 txakoli. The aging has been carried out on its lees for several months to obtain a wine with a fantastic evolutionary capacity.
In sight, the Txakoli G22 is clean, iridescent, with an extremely elegant presence. Yellow clothing with green, intense and bright reflections that highlight its freshness. On the nose, intense and persistent. A start of pear, ripe apple and pink grapefruit. Second level, greater complexity combining white floral essences with hints of lemon balm, lime blossom, white nettle and fennel seeds. All this covered by the pastry touches that its long aging on lees gives it. In the mouth, a friendly and subtle attack. The always pleasant sensation of fruit gives way to floral and balsamic essences.