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Wild, volcanic, delicious.
Envinate's Taganan wines come from the small village of Taganana (the wine cannot be labelled as Taganana as it doesn't have it's own DO label) in the Tacoronte-Acentejo region in the north-east of Tenerife. Vines here are planted on incredibly steep terraces of volcanic rock that rise spectacularly out of the ocean.
Majority of the vineyards planted in Tacoronte-Acentejo were done so by the Portuguese. Their influence along with the absence of phylloxera, the root-eating insect has resulted in a wide-range of grape varietals planted in the area. The Taganan Blanco is a blend of Marmajuelo, Malvasia, Listan Blanco, Gual, Albilla and others that have not been identified.
The grapes are fermented with a short skin maceration, and then aged on lees for 8 months in a combination of stainless steel and old oak barrel.