Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine

$ 20

Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine is a rare gem hailing from the sun-soaked vineyards of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. This distinctive wine is brought to life by Gulp/Hablo, a Spanish winery with a daring attitude towards viticulture and a deep respect for traditional wine-making methods. By adhering to biodynamic practices and minimum intervention, they let the unique terroir and character of the region shine through their products. Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine is no exception. It is produced from Moscatel grapes, macerated with skins to give it a vibrant orange hue. This wine is a testament to the winery's commitment to authenticity, radiating the region's charm in every sip.

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Nose: The bouquet of Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine unfolds like a Spanish sunrise, revealing intoxicating aromas of ripe peaches, dried apricots, and citrus zest. Over time, it further charms the senses with delicate undertones of wildflowers, honey, and a teasing whiff of orange marmalade.

  • Palate: This wine offers a compelling fusion of flavors on the palate. The initial burst of bright citrus and stone fruit is tempered by a rich texture and a subtly tannic edge reminiscent of light red wine. Mid-palate, the flavors deepen, and hints of almond and honey emerge, mingling with the fruitiness and adding an intriguing complexity.
  • Finish: The finish is long and rewarding. The balanced acidity maintains the wine's freshness while the unique fruity and nutty flavors linger, creating an enjoyable savoriness that invites another sip.

The versatility of Gulp/Hablo Orange Wine makes it an excellent companion to a wide array of dishes. Seafood dishes like grilled octopus or prawns are an excellent match, with the wine's citrusy notes complementing the seafood's natural sweetness. Wine's acidity and complex flavors can stand for richer fare, making it an exciting partner for roasted pork or duck with citrus glaze dishes. For vegetarian fare, try it with roasted squash or sweet potato dishes with a hint of spice, which resonates with the wine's fruit and honey flavors. Cheese lovers will appreciate how the wine's tannic edge and acidity cut through the richness of a well-aged Manchego or a creamy Camembert, bringing out the subtle nuances in the wine and the cheese.