90,00 (IVA/VAT incl.)

Price per box/multipack of 3 bottles

Production area: D.O. Bizkaiko Txakolina
Type of Wine: White
Aging: flor veil for approximately 2 months. in old Jerez casks for making fino
Grape varieties: 50% Hondarrabi Zuri Zerratia, 35% Hondarrabi Zuri and 15% Izkiriota Txikia
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Txakoli Marko Loretxoak is made in Kortezubi, a town near Gernika, it was first released on the market in 1999. At that time they had 1.5 hectares, currently having 5 hectares divided into 8 plots with very different characteristics between them. , on a hillside and all of them in Kortezubi. 14 years have passed, in which while the vineyard became older, the wine was surpassed every year, reaching the last two years at a level that will be difficult to overcome.

The vineyards are located in Kortezubi, a small town in Vizcaya near the coast, famous for its prehistoric caves, a Unesco heritage site. Clay-calcareous vineyard soil.

The Txakoli MARKO Loretxoak is fermented in stainless steel and later aged with a flor veil for approximately 2 months. in old Jerez casks for making fino, which give the wine excellent complexity and salinity.

The Txakoli Marko Loretxoa shows citrus aromas with that veil background and that salinity that transports you directly from north to south, to the sea on both sides of the peninsula in a single drink. Acidity and salinity is what best defines this txakoli. Undoubtedly aged Txakoli.

Like Marko, it is dedicated to the Oxer family home, accompanied by Loretxoa (Flower in Basque), referring to its vinification with a flower veil.

Additional information

Weight 7,5 kg
Denominación de Origen

D.O. Bizkaiako Txakolina


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