Robert Parker (92/100): "The amber colored 2018 Phinca Hapa Blanco is 82% Viura, 12% Garnacha Blanca and 6% Malvasía from a large vineyard in the village of Elvillar. It fermented with carbonic maceration and was kept with the skins for 60 days until it was pressed and put in a 2,700-liter oak foudre, where it matured for one year. This has the profile of a full orange wine—the color, nose and tannic palate with 14% alcohol and notes of honey, quince, peach and beeswax—and with the texture and mouthfeel of a light red. Very orange. 3,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in October 2019."
|Cuvee||Phinca Hapa Blanco|
|Appelatie||Spain | Rioja | Rioja Alavesa | Elvillar ||
|Druif||Malvasia, Viura, Garnacha Blanca|
||Robert Parker (92/100)|
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