“Fresquito”, the expressiveness and freshness of a Montilla white wine year.

White Wine, 100% Pedro Ximénez .

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Fresquito is an endearing village wine that pays homage to the Montilla tradition of letting wines sit in jars. This, in particular, has spent 8 months under the flower veil. A white 100% Pedro Ximénez without heading with alcohol that shows all the expressiveness of the Sierra de Montilla-Moriles.

Selection of yolk musts from grapes from the Sierra de Montilla. Fermentation in tanks at controlled temperature with indigenous yeasts. I slide and rest in jars or cones for approximately eight months, until spring, when the flower acquires its greatest presence.

It ages for eight months of biological aging in jars. It does not have oxidative aging.

Pale yellow color with greenish reflections. Intense, with hints of herbs and a fruity nose.
The palate is very balanced. Pleasantly acidic attack, silky and with a delicate but vigorous body. Elegant aftertaste. Dry fruit notes predominate.

To consume throughout the year and as an aperitif accompanied by tapas, seafood and light starters.

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A historic winery in Montilla Moriles. Bodegas Pérez Barquero currently belongs to three families in the area: the Córdoba, Ruz and Gracia families. Together they encompass the Pérez Barquero Group, with four wineries in Montilla Moriles.
The winery has 150 hectares of its own vineyards, located mainly in the Sierra de Montilla and Moriles Alto, the two quality production areas of the Denomination.
Pérez Barquero has a winery in the Sierra de Montilla, so that the grapes do not suffer during transport on winding and small roads. There they grind Pedro Ximénez, which will later travel to the aging cellar. At Pérez Barquero they have been exporting their wines since the 1950s to many countries and, by far, it is the Montilla winery that exports the most bottled wine.

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