Arcos de Moclinejo dulce

Data sheet

Type of wine
Very Old Sweet Natural
Winery
Dimobe
Country
Spain
Appellation of origin
Málaga
Varieties of grapes used
Pedro Ximén
Presentation
0,50 L

Specific References

Elaboration:

The grape comes from the northern area of the province of Malaga and is laid to dry in the sun on “paseros”.

Maturing and aging:

Dynamic “criaderas y soleras” method. Aging in american oak barrels for over 30 years..

Analytical characteristics:

17 % vol. Residual sugar: 180 gr/l.

Organoleptic characteristics:

Soft mahogany with iodine borders. The complex aroma reveals hints of sun-dried “toasted” grapes, coffee, dried fruits, liquorice and honey. Well-balanced in mouth, with the elegant sweet taste that characterizes the natural sweet wines with a long fermentation, full-bodied with a long and intense aftertaste. This very old wine is a reference among the sweet natural wines “trasañejos” from Málaga.

How to serve:

Serve between 10 and 14º C.

Arcos de Moclinejo Dulce Trasañejo prizes:

  • Guía Peñín: 94 points, 2019
  • Guía Peñín: 92 points, 2017
  • Silver Medal: Premios Mezquita 2017
  • Great Gold Medal: Premios AkataVino CIVAS 2017
  • Gold Medal: Premios Vinduero 2016
  • Gold Medal: Premios Mezquita 2016
  • Great Gold Medal: Premios Mezquita 2015
  • Gold Medal: Premios Zarcillo 2015
  • Gold Medal: Premios Arribe 2015
  • Best sweet wine Pedro Ximén: Sabor a Málaga 2014
  • Gold Medal: Premios Mezquita 2014
  • Gold Medal: Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2010
  • Silver Medal: Premios Zarcillo 2009
  • Silver Medal: Premios Mezquita 2009
  • Great Gold Medal: Cinve 2009
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