Pale yellow. Expressive scents of pear skin, quinine and white flowers. Taut and focused, offering lively orchard and citrus fruit flavors and a hint of white pepper. Finishes with good cut and lift, leaving a tangy orange pith note behind.
The grapes are sorted meticulously at the winery, and fermented in stainless steel tanks by indigenous yeast. Paso a Paso Blanco made with Organic Grapes is produced from a rented vineyard that Bodegas Volver controls, planted on trellis, and certified organic.
This winery is a joint venture between Jorge Ordoñez and Rafael Cañizares, who is also the winemaker. It is located in the Cuenca in the east of La Mancha. The soil is sandy with a lot of clay and pieces of chalk beneath and slate on the surface. The altitude of the vineyards is 660m. The vines produce very low yields of 1-2 kg per vine as they are 32 years old. The terroir has a Mediterranean climate with very warm summers with little or no rainfall and mild, wet winters.
- 91 points - Jeb Dunnuck (2017 vintage)
- 84 Points - Robert Parker Wine Advocate (2015 vintage)
|Cultivar||Verdejo and Sauvignon Blanc|
13% alc vol
|Units of alcohol per bottle||9.8 units|
|Cellaring Potential||For immediate enjoyment|
|Allergen Information||Contains Sulphites|
|Dietary Information||Suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans and is certified Organic|
Good with white meats like chicken or turkey
|Appellation||Vino de la Tierra de Castilla La Mancha|