The Rías origin is over some Galician areas which have a number of common physical conditions that identify it and gifts the original characteristics of their wines.
They are lowlands, with an altitude generally less than 300 m. near the sea and associated with the lower reaches of the rivers, which determines the climatic characteristics of the Atlantic influence, manifested in mild temperatures and high rainfall, with a water drop in the summer months. La Milla is made with 100% Albariño, this variety finds its natural habitat in the Atlantic climate, practically in the only one that can be grown. You need mild temperatures favored by the proximity of the sea, heavy rain, sunny atmosphere and sandy and shallow soil. La Milla is a cuvée made especially for Vinos de Terruños by Familia Pastor Gilabert, in collaboration with the winegrower and winemaker Angel Parada, who is the third generation of viticulturists. It’s a slightly golden yellow wine with green hues. Great aromatic complexity highlights a marked varietal character of ripe fruit, predominantly peach and apple, accompanied by memories of pineapple. A perfect harmony with aniseed memory. The palate is broad, tasty and with character. Fresh acidity and aftertaste long, silky and enveloping, it’s accompanied with balsamic and fine herbaceous reminiscences.
Vinification: The harvest is done manually in -just- 20 kg perforated boxes, with fast stripping and macerated in press. Debourbage is made cold, and the fermentation occurs spontaneously, in controlled temperatures about 16 – 18 Celsius degrees, in stainless steel tanks using natural clarified by decantation and a single soft filtering.
Cuisine: Seafood, fish, white meats, Asian foods.