The Tempranillo Blanco is a native varietal born by chance in Rioja in 1988 from a mutation of the Red Tempranillo. The new grape variety had such promising potential, that several of the Bodegas Riojanas winegrowers decided to grow it. For about 10 years, they have worked jointly with them, monitoring the evolution of these plots until they considered that the fruit had the ideal quality to launch a wine under the Monte Real brand.
Fresh, complex and expressive white wine with volume and structure on the palate. Slightly golden yellow in color. On the nose, tropical fruits such as pineapple and other citrus fruits such as grapefruit dominate, with small floral touches on a slightly spicy background contributed by the ageing in barrels. On the palate it is fresh and unctuous, with a great fruit character, complemented by hints of spices and a good volume which adds length and persistence. This wine is a true discovery in constant evolution that will surprise palates longing for complex and unique whites wine.