History: Glup is the sound that one makes when something pleases you a lot when you swallow. This is how easy this name is for this wine. It's a cool style of wine, glou glou as some call it, but that doesn't mean it stops being serious. In turn, this wine can be intellectual. With Glup we seek to ruffle the wine a bit, so that it is not so serious. that is why its design is also disruptive.
Tasting note: Golden color with orange rims, on the nose it is very intense with notes of white flowers, spices and ripe fruits.
In the mouth it is a wine with a lot of structure, with a lot of character and complexity.
Vinification Process: Ferment in a clay amphora with their skins, then these were pressed and incorporated again into the jar, to age for 12 months. The wine was packed directly from the jar.
Strain / Varieties: Moscatel
Pairing: Ripe cheeses, sausages
Longaví is the personal project of two friends from different continents who came together in 2012 to produce wines together, the Chilean Julio Bouchon and the South African David Nieuwoudt. Julio, descendant of a French wine pioneer who arrived in Chile in 1887, is the producer, and David, owner of Cederberg one of the most prestigious wineries in South Africa, is the oenologist.
Longaví wants to reflect the deep diversity of Chilean wines, with freshness and personality. Each Longaví wine combines grapes and terroir that express the individuality of each vineyard, and is made with varieties that express the full power of the valley. In the winery, there is no standard recipe, but a desire to respect the origin of the grapes with techniques that honor that origin.
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