Txakoli MARKO Terlegiz

40,10 (IVA/VAT incl.)

Production area: D.O. Bizkaiko Txakolina
Type of Wine: White
Aging: fermented in foudre and aged for 6 months on its lees.
Grape variety: Hondarrabi Zuri (Gross Courbu), Izkiriota (Petit Manseng) and Hondarrabi Zerratia (Petit Courbu)

Description

Txakoli MARKO Terlegiz

Txakoli Marko Terlegiz 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.

ELABORATION
The Txakoli Marko Terlegiz fermented in foudre and later aged for 6 months with its lees. It is made with Hondarrabi Zuri Zerratia, Hondarrabi Zuri, Izkiota Txikia grapes

VINEYARD
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.

TASTING NOTES
The Txakoli Marko Terlegiz is fresh and aromatic. On the nose, the fusion of citrus notes with the typical floral aromas of the variety stands out. On the palate it is agile and with good structure.

THE NAME
The Basques have great respect for nature and for the farmhouse in which they live, to which they give their name. Terlegiz is the name of the neighborhood in the municipality of Kortezubi where Oxer’s father was born, which is surrounded by the vineyard used for this Txakoli.

Additional information

Weight 1,25 kg
Denominación de Origen

D.O. Bizkaiako Txakolina

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