REGION: LA MANCHA, SPAIN -
La Mancha is steeped in history and is believed to have been producing wine since the Roman empire.
A challenging place to grow grapes, the region is found in hot and dry central Spain, south east of Madrid where the rivers provide much needed water.
Hard working vines planted in water-absorbing limestone and chalk sub-soil produce grapes that boast concentrated flavours that burst on the palate.
WINE: Muscat, Verdejo and Sauvignon Blanc are wonderful on their own but sing when blended together.
Muscat is fruity and crisp,
Verdejo has mineral and citrus notes, and Sauvignon Blanc is herbaceous with pleasing acidity
. When married, their unique elements create an off-dry, soft, refreshing, fruit-forward wine with a bright bouquet and a complex finish.
MILAGRO BLANCO carries notes of passion fruit and white flower on the nose, and is supported by juicy melon, peach, fresh lime and grass with a hint of honey on the palate
. The fruity and floral character of this white wine pairs exquisitely with moderately spiced Szechuan, Thai and Vietnamese dishes.
Lighter meats like chicken and white fish with green salad dressed in light vinaigrette are natural matches for a fresh, tantalizing meal.
SWEETNESS: Off-Dry BODY: Medium OAK: None ALCOHOL: 13%*
*Alcohol level based on following Winexpert winemaking instructions.