Montilla Moriles

Montilla MorilesMontilla Moriles is a denomination of Andalusian origin for wines produced in whole or in part in 17 municipalities in the province of Córdoba, located in the districts of Campiña Sur de Córdoba, Campiña de Baena and Subbética of which Montilla is the capital. Almost all white grapes are used to make the wines, preferably the Pedro Ximenes variety, due to its unique characteristics. Also for aging, the use of the Criaderas and Soleras system is noteworthy, which causes them to be stored in American oak barrels from which a percentage of wine is exchanged between barrels, achieving a balance of age in each barrel and it means that the wines have almost no vintage date.

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