Pasiensa: is obtained from Muscat grapes that are half overripe and half drying on the vine. The wine is called Pasiensa because a lot of patience is needed while waiting for the grapes to dry and also because of the long production process that must be followed constantly.
But above all, patience is needed when drinking, one sip at a time so as not to overdo it!
The carefully selected grapes are pressed immediately.
This is followed by a slow fermentation of about two months between November and the end of December. This is followed by a six-month maturation on the fine lees of fermentation and at least as many months in bottle.
This wine has an intense straw yellow colour.
The nose has a broad bouquet of ripe, jam fruit and dried flowers.