White Talha Wines:

The vinification method for talha white wines is diffrent from the vinification method for so-called technological white wines. 

Fermentation takes place while the liquid is in contact with the masses (skin, pulp, seeds and stems). In Talha wines, even after fermentation, the rules estabished by the CVRA only allow the wine to be separated from the masses after November 11th )the famous St. Martin's Day).

Fermentation in Talha takes longer due to the shape of the Talha itself, meaning there is longer contact with the masses, hence the great diffrence in color, textur and structure when compared to the so-colled tecnological whites. This prolonged contact also alows for greater extraction of phenolic compounds. This phenolic richness of Talha wines is much superior. 


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1856 2019
1856 is the date of the Talha where this wine aged for 5 months before being bottled. It is a...
€26.00 Price