Pago de Carraovejas

Pago de Carraovejas

Pago de Carraovejas

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Tasting Notes

Fermentation is carried out in small stainless Steel vats and French oak vats (Haute futaie) with yeasts and bacteria found at the estate to show the terroir’s unique characteristics while respecting each vintage’s singularity. It is clarified with natural egg whites and gravity bottled. Selected natural cork stopper. April 2014. Then it aged on the bottle.

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About the Winery

Pago de Carraovejas

In 1987, Jose Maria Ruiz and a group of wine-loving Segovians created a winery in the hillsides of Carraovejas, in Penafiel. The land enjoys a microclimate created by the sweetening influence of the Duero River, the dominant west winds that keep the vines healthy and the south facing aspect of the softly rolling hillsides, sheltered from the damaging effects of the north wind and devastation from the spring frosts and autumn freezes. The perfect conditions for a thriving vineyard: sun and air.

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