Txakoli TXOMIN ETXANIZ TX
Txakolí made with grapes of the native Hondarrabi Zuri variety, from old Getaria vineyards. It has been vinified in acacia barrels to respect the fruitiness and made on its own lees.
Txomin Etxaniz TX txakoli is a white wine that can be tasted at a temperature between 8 ° and 12 ° C. When it comes to accompanying it, there is nothing better than white fish baked or in sauce, spicy dishes (Indian, Mexican or Thai cuisine), white meats both in stews and roasts, game of feathers or mushrooms in risotto and scrambled eggs.
This barrel-fermented txakoli can be enjoyed for the next 4 or 5 years, always keeping it in a dark place, without light and with the bottle in a horizontal position. The TX is made with selected grapes from a plot of 60 hectares of old vineyard located on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea, its proximity to the sea and the sea breeze gives the peculiarity of giving a slight salty nuance to this txakoli fermented on its own lees. Although it may seem otherwise, wine fermented in the barrel has fewer notes of wood than a wine fermented out of the barrel and then aged in the barrel.
The Txomin Etxaniz TX txakoli is the most delightful wine from the Getaria winery and the novelty of the Gipuzkoan cava catalog. It is a wine made from hondarrabi zuri grapes from ancient vineyards over 80 years old. Its fermentation takes place on its own lees and yeasts. Then it goes through a period of 6 months of aging in French acacia barrels.
In tasting, it appears as a txakoli with a subtle balance with respect to the fruit, with fine aromas and round in the mouth. This wine is subject to the regulations of the Getariako Txakolina appellation of origin, with Txomin Etxaniz being the oldest winery in the appellation of origin.
The Txakoli Txomin Etxaniz is straw yellow, fine natural carbonic. Subtle floral aromas of exotic fruits with mineral notes. In the mouth it is round, fresh, fruity and with characteristic acidity.
It is a very good accompaniment for fish, appetizers, seafood and white meat.