Its optimal consumption begins in the second year after bottling. However, the characteristics of alcohol content and acidity and the work on the lees allow Clos d’Agon Valmaña Blanco to last for many years, as long as the bottle has been kept in the right conditions.
conditions of adequate conservation.
About 6 months on its lees in tanks and barrels.
In the nose is complex and changing. The aromas are fresh, highlighting white fruits, citrus, apricots, anise and pastries, with the typicality of Viognier (tropicality, magnolias) standing out.
It has a powerful entry and fills the mouth for its volume, creaminess, structure and persistence, which, together with its great freshness and spicy retro-olfaction aromas, form a balanced and round block. Viognier contributes its characteristic bitter but elegant finish.