Casta Diva Cosecha Dorada is a dry white wine from Alicante, Spain, comprised of 100% Moscatel de Alejandria. The grapes are hand-harvested, lightly pressed, fermented, and then aged on for 7 months. The result is a light and aromatic wine, redolent of wild flowers and citrus, with a very dry, zippy, and saline palate. Lovely to pair with seafood paella or to drink on its own as an aperitif.
Grapes: Moscatel de Alejandría
From our restaurant wine list.
Since 1978, Felipe & Pilar Gutierrez de la Vega have championed traditional winegrowing in the sun-soaked region of Alicante. Inspired by the historical wine styles of their area, the couple produce a diverse range of 14 wines, from dry to sweet, in their 19th century bodega and pay tribute to the novels, writers and composers which inspire their “vinos de autor” cuvées. The Gutierrez de la Vega family has brought a truly singular approach to fine winemaking in their region.
The bodega is located in the small mountain town of Parcent, very close to the Mediterranean Sea on the Alicante coast. The estate vineyards are here in the Marina Alta, and they also work with vineyards in the Sierra de Salinas mountains higher inland. The hot summer days and cool nights of these coastal mountains are perfectly suited for the long growing season of Monastrell and the other indigenous varieties grown here.
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