Type: A natural, sweet, white wine.
Classification: D.O. Pago
Appearance: A bright, aged golden colour with flecks of orange. Medium-sized drops that glide slowly down the glass.
Nose: Fragrances of very ripe exotic fruit: passion fruit, mango and custard apples, with hints of yellow flowers: marigolds, and a touch of pollen.
Mouth: Voluptuous, creamy and intense initially. A fantastic balance between acidity and sweetness, making for a sensation of freshness and a lively, lasting effect on the palate. Exuberant, fragrant aftertaste. A smooth, creamy texture, a rich coating sensation.
Serving: Serve between 6ºC and 8ºC in medium-sized glasses with a medium body, slightly narrower at the top. An ideal wine for mild, creamy cheeses, duck liver pâté and poultry terrines. It also goes well with sweet desserts made from yellow fruit, custard, pastry and fried sweets (fritters, etc.).
Note: The Bronx variety is unique on our estate, and arrived by chance mixed in with vine shoot of another white variety which were planted by mistake. We were surprised to notice the different fruit, with seedless grapes and an extremely sweet, exotic flavour. They were so good we decided to make a natural sweet wine from them, just for the pleasure of trying something different. Fifteen years later this has become one of our most unique wines and highly rated by our clients.