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In Latin, without blemish. A different white fermented in French oak and kept on its fine lees for three months to gain texture and complexity.

Grape variety



Clay loam


After the stalks have been removed, the grapes are macerated whole for several hours in tank.
We bleed off the first must and fill 300-litre French oak barrels where it ferments at a temperature of 17-18 ºC.
Once fermentation has finished, we start daily batonnage, a process which involves mixing the wine with its lees in order to achieve greater volume on the palate.

Alcohol content


Serving temp.

10 ºC

Tasting notes

inmácula is a lovely golden yellow colour. Very fine nose which gives rise to aromas of apricot, pear, white flowers and an elegant mineral touch. 
It has a gentle entry on the palate, and is expressive, long and persistent


2014 – 90 points Stephen Tanzer, 91 points Guía Peñín
2017 – 90 points Wine Advocate
2020 – 92 points Guía Peñín