Ana Muscatel 50 cl
This sweet wine is made with grapes from our oldest Muscat vines (some dating back to the 19th century), which grow in holes along the volcanic lava layer known as chabocos or jameos.
Following a short raisining process in the sun and a unique maceration, fermentation was interrupted with 100 g/L of natural sugars. The wine then underwent extensive ageing using the solera system. When transferring to 50-cl bottles, we added a certain proportion of young Muscatel.
The wine is named after Ana Brito, who was born in El Grifo in 1880, the year that our soleras date back to.
Sweet natural wine made with Muscat grapes from our oldest vines (from before 1950 and some dating back to the 19th century), the ungrafted root stock grows in chabocos (holes in the volcanic lava). Once the bunches are cut, they are dried in the sun for one week.
Fermentation is interrupted by adding alcohol when the sugar level reaches 90 g/L, and the wine is then aged for approximately 30 years. During the bottling process, 10% of young Muscatel is added.
The name of this wine is a tribute to Ana Brito, who was born in El Grifo in 1880, the year that our soleras date back to.
· Colour: Bright amber with caramel reflections, clear and brilliant.
· Aroma: Complex, with oxidative notes from a long ageing process in barrels.
· Mouth: Notes of candied fruit, nuts and aromatic herbs from the grape variety. Long and elegant finish. The high natural acidity prevents it from being overly sweet.
Type of wine: Aged sweet
Grape varieties: 100% Muscat of Alexandria
Alcohol content: 15%
Residual sugar: 90 g/L
Total tartaric acid: 6.6 g/L
• 2020 Mundus Vini (Germany), Gold medal
• 2020 Bacchus (Spain), Gold medal
• 2020 Berliner Wein Trophy (Germany), Gold medal
• 2016 Concours Mondial Bruxelles (Belgium), Grand Gold medal
• 2016 Vinalies Internationales (France), Grand Gold medal
• 2016 Challenge International du Vin (France), Silver medal
• 2016 Mundus Vini (Germany), Gold medal
• 2016 Berliner Wein Trophy (Germany), Silver medal
• 2016 Bacchus (Spain), Gold medal
• 2015 Cervim (Italy), Silver medal