Bico da Ran, Fento (75cl)

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Bico da Rán is made using grapes from vineyards in the Val do Salnés subzone of Rias Baixas, named after the ‘sal’ (salt) the Romans used to harvest there. A fantastic Albariño from Galicia.

Grapes: Albariño

Region: Rias Baixas, Galicia, Spain

Alcohol: 12.5%

Tasting notes/pairing options: Citrus fruits, fennel and passion fruit on the nose, while on the palate it is fruity but fresh, with good intensity and length. Refreshing on its own or great with seafood.

Viticulture is sustainable

 Suitable for vegans and vegetarians

The vineyard/the producer: The vines are grown at the bottom the Rías Baixas appellation, on the banks of the river Minho, which forms a natural border between Spain and its neighbour Portugal. The wines from this area are a bit less acidic and produce a slightly rounder palate without losing any of the typical Rías Baixas freshness. At Fento they farm as respectfully to nature as possible, they let vegetation grow underneath Pergola trained vines, a system that is traditional to the region. 

 


About Us

We are a close family business and are currently in our second generation. We are based on our natural lavender farm, Yorkshire Lavender in the North Yorkshire countryside.

So why wine?

With a member of our staff, Timi, a trained sommelier; it seemed crazy to let that enthusiasm and experience go to waste.

Wine starts in the ground! Just like lavender the correct soil, conditions and care are vital to grow excellent grapes to make exceptional wine.

Our commitment to our natural lavender farm along with Timi’s enthusiastic expertise has led to a developing interest in natural, organic, bio-dynamic wines.

Email: drinks@downtoearthwine.co.uk

Call us: 01653 648 008

Guarantee

100% no quibble refund guarantee:

If you don't like a wine, or it's corked or damaged, just let us know and we will refund.

N.B. If you have several bottles of the same wine that you want refunding, please don't open them as we'll come and collect them.