Talai Berri is a small family winery, now its fifth generation, within the Getariako Txakolina ("cha-ko-lee-nah") DO. The family is largely responsible for getting goverment approval to designate this region as a protected area in 1989 as a means of preserving the quality and reputation of the fine wines produced there. The Hondurrabi Zuri grape reigns in the production of the region's signature, slightly spritzy, Txakoli wines. The red version - Hondurrabi Beltza - can also be used in conjunction (minus any skin contact
A term typically used to distinguish a white wine that has been macerated or allowed to soak with its skins during fermentation. Also known as “orange wine,” “amber wine” or ramato style.
for white wines). Txakoli is the pre-eminent style of wine in Spain's Basque Country with moist, cooling influences from the Atlantic Ocean yielding wines that are mineral, mouth-watering, and refreshing. Sustainable
Sustainable viticulture is the journey of continually improving one's ability to minimize farming's environmental and social footprints by avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides in order to to promote soil health, with an ethos that also takes into account energy use, water use, farm biodiversity, climate change and worker welfare and safety are issues.