Brothers Antonio and Ignacio Barco established their winery in 2000 in the foothills of the Toldedo Mountains, next to the Guadiana River, on soils of of slate and limestone. Together with winemaker Susana López Mendiondo they've bottled a Tempranillo vinified as a white (meaning no contact with the red grape skins during winemaking) as a curiosity about how Tempranillo could express itself as a white wine. The result is wine that has a touch of weight that lingers and coats the palate, yet has the acidity
Acids occur naturally in grapes, with acidity in a wine referring to its tartness level. It creates a mouthwatering sensation in the mouth and plays a vital role in providing structure and balance in a wine. Wines without enough acidity are often referred to as "flabby" (water, for example, lacks acidity).
to remain refreshing and crisp at the same time.