O Pucha is our emblematic estate as well as one of the oldest (its vineyard is about 40 years old). From this vineyard, we have been selecting grapes to make our Bágoa do Miño for years.
South facing terraces at a height of 140-200 meters above sea level. Granite bottom soil, characterized by being sandy, shallow, acidic and very dry in summer .; with an early maturation, which produces a grape with a high sugar content, saline and low acidity.
For this unique wine that we make with O Pucha grapes, only the highest terraces are harvested, which are the most disadvantaged in production, but the richest in polyphenols and aromatic compounds, enhanced by a 24-hour cold maceration for the extraction of primary aromas. Fully fermented in stainless steel, it is a wine with a very marked mineralization.
Pale yellow in color, it is very complex on the nose where the aromas of ripe fruit, mandarin citrus and aromatic herbs merge, with an evident mineral and earthy memory of the origin where the vines grow.
In the mouth it is meaty and structured, together with its freshness and friendly acidity, we find a very pleasant wine.