The Doniene Gorrondona winery currently has 15 hectares. in production, preferably owned. All the vineyards are located on the south-facing slopes of the Bakio Valley. Bakio, due to its geographical location, on the Cantabrian coast but protected by the mountains from the northwesterly winds, has historically been an area for growing vineyards. The soil, sandier in the higher areas and more clayey in the lower parts of the valley, has a diversity to which the autochthonous varieties are adapted.
Selected harvest in the oldest vineyards in the area of Artatxu: schist and clayey marl soils.
Destemming and cryomaceration of selected grapes. Made from flower must. Individualized production by vineyards. Controlled fermentation at 16º C for 3 weeks with autochthonous yeasts selected in our vineyards. Fermentation with own yeasts in lightly toasted French oak barrels, aging on lees for 4 months. Vinification separated by plots. The use of our own yeasts identified in our vineyards and knowledge of the soil enhances the varietal character, achieving a more complex and personalized txakoli.
The Ondarea txakoli is straw yellow in colour. On the nose it offers aromas of good intensity, with a marked influence of the sea. soft citrus The palate is complex and broad, with a long finish and good acidity. Subtle presence of wood, unctuous from the lees. It is an elegant, silky and complex wine that maintains the acidity and freshness of the variety, the place of cultivation and its production.
Service temperature: 13-15ºC
Ideal accompaniment for shellfish, crustaceans and oily fish, as well as grilled fish, rice dishes and white meats.