From: Castilla y Leon, Spain
Tasting Notes: Light and citrusy white finished bone-dry. Good minerality and fresh tones of crisp apples and lemon. Delightfully refreshing, medium-bodied, and with crisp acidity. Luscious lemon, apricots, and a dash of grapefruit with herbal notes.
Pairing: Fish tacos, for sure! One of my favorites is this recipe from Sam Sifton, NYT Cooking, which were featured in “Baja Refresher.”
He says, "Fish tacos, that great meal of the Baja Peninsula, and a taste of summer. They are simple to make, no more complicated in fact than a hamburger or a mess of pancakes, and they are considerably more flavorful. Fried in strips and served onboard warm corn tortillas with a simple salsa, a pinch of fresh cabbage, plenty of lime and a cream sauce you might want to punch up with some chopped chipotle, these fish tacos can turn a cold night into bluebird summer, transporting you from chill into deep humidity and bliss."
About. Gulp Hablo is the dream of three brothers, Francisco, Javier, and Luis Parra. The hope was to celebrate their home of La Mancha by raising organically and biodynamically grown grapes. When it comes to the winemaking behind Friend and Farmer, they partnered with the exceptional Juan Antonio Ponce of Bodegas Ponce. The name Gulp Hablo (ah-blow) is play on the word ‘gulpable’ and that’s exactly what it is.
Demeter and vegan certified, no sulfites added. Fermentation and maturation are both done in stainless steel. This wine made of the indigenous white-berried grape called Verdejo, and while common and popular in Spain is still underrepresented in American markets. It is known for making thirst-quenching dry whites.
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