Rezabal is a family owned winery located in the Basque country of Spain in Zarautz and belonging to PDO "Getariako Txakolina". The winery features the latest technology, using most traditional methods. The tradition of centuries preserves the characteristics of the Txakoli, and the technology is serving quality. With a vineyard of 22 hectares planted in a traditional high trellis system, there are two native varieties that define Rezabal Txakoli: Hondarribi-Zuri and Hondarribi-beltza. Hondarribi Beltza is a red varietal used for the Txakoli rose, best describe as light, velvety and delicate. Hondarribi Zuri, a white grape variety, displays very bright, refreshing and fruity aromas. Both varieties benefit from the constent see breeze blowing in the vineyard daily, bringing great freshness, salinity and acidity to those wines. Naturally fizzy, it is traditionaly served poured from a height into the glass.
Rezabal winery is a 3rd generation family owned estate, which was established in 1996 in Zarautz. Rezabal belongs to the Getariako Txakolina denomination of origin. The 22 hectars vinayard is established in the best hillsides of Zarautz and Getaria, and strongly influenced by the daily seabreeze. In this vineyard 2 native grape varieties are grown: Hondarrabi Beltza (for Txakoli rose) and Hondarrabi Zuri (for Txakoli white).
Wine description: Rezabal Txakoli white is a dry white wine with fine bubbles. It is made with 100% Hondarrabi Zuri. Light color with slightly green hue. Aromas of intense fresh cirtus fruits and green apple, bright acidity and low alcohol.
The soil in which the vines are planted is sandy, but there are other clayey strata, creating configurations called- facies flich-formed in the tertiary era.
Product Of Spain ALC. 11% 750 mL
GOVERNMENT WARNING: (1) ACCORDING TO THE SURGEON GENERAL, WOMEN SHOULD NOT DRINK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DURING PREGNANCY BECAUSE OF THE RISK OF BIRTH DEFECTS. (2) CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IMPAIRS YOUR ABILITY TO DRIVE A CAR OR OPERATE MACHINERY, AND MAY CAUSE HEALTH PROBLEMS.