El Ninot de Paper Blanco
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El Ninot de Paper Blanco

El Ninot de Paper Blanco

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  • Country of origin: Spain
  • Region: Valencia
  • Wine Type: Dry White Wine
  • Tasting Notes: El Ninot de Paper Blanco is a fresh, dry white with light floral and citrus aromas. The wine is zesty with green apple characters balanced by a fresh acidity finish.
Nutrition details (per 125ml)
ABV11.5%
Calories73
Sugars0g
Carbohydrates0g
100% Gluten-free

Nutrition Facts


Serving size 125ml

Amount per serving

Calories 73
Total Carbohydrates 0g
Total Sugar 0g
Alcohol by volume 11.5%
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Product Details

 

The El Ninot de Paper Blanco is produced predominantly from Viura grapes, blended with Sauvignon Blanc. The grapes are sourced from Murviedro's 300 hectares of vineyard, and a further 1500 that they control in the surrounding area. The wine undergoes temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel, resulting in its refreshing taste.

This zesty, light-bodied wine has an eye-catching label, sure to stand out on any shelf or wine rack. The wine's unique name is inspired by the culture in its area of origin - Valencia, Spain. The name was inspired by the ‘paper doll’ of Las Fallas de Valencia festival, where puppets, usually made of paper mache, are paraded around town.

Details

Winemaker: murviedro, established in 1927

Wine type: Dry white wine 

ABV: 11.5%

Nutrition details (per 125ml): 73 Calories, 0g Sugar, 0g carbohydrates

Suitable for: Gluten-Free

Location

Country of origin: Spain 

Region: Valencia 

Flavours

Tasting notes: El Ninot de Paper Blanco is a fresh, dry white with light floral and citrus aromas. The wine is zesty with green apple characters balanced by a fresh acidity finish.

Ideal food pairings: Pair your El Ninot de Paper Blanco with seafood dishes such as traditional paella, or citrusy prawn pasta. This dry white is also perfect served as an aperitif. 

Serving

Serving temperature: El Ninot de Paper Blanco is lighter in style and flavours, so a cold serving temperature, between 7 and 10°C complements the acidic tasting notes perfectly. Chill in the fridge for at least an hour before serving your guests. 

Glass style: Opt for a U-shaped bowl with a stemmed glass for your dry white wine, this helps to distribute the wine to the front of the pallet to balance the acidity.