“La Platera”, “Miraflores Alta” and “Camino del Puerto”
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Muchada-Léclapart only makes wine with grapes from their own vineyards, cared for by themselves. All of their wines come from their plots and in no case they are made from grapes from other winegrowers.
The plots are located in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and Chipiona in the closest “pagos” to the Atlantic Ocean and facing west, to the freshness of the sea breeze, which allows working with a balanced maturation without a high alcoholic strength; ideal for making a dry white wine with a natural graduation.
The three hectares are divided into three different plots: “La Platera”, “Miraflores Alta” and “Camino del Puerto”.
“La Platera” (1.7 hectares)
It is located in the “Pago Miraflores” (Sanlúcar de Barrameda), in the “Miraflores Baja” area. It features 0.5 hectares of 20-year old Palomino California vineyard and 1.2 hectares of 60-year old Palomino massif old vineyard. Its soils are rough albariza limestone located 2 meters deep and “lustrillos” (clay-calcareous) on the surface.
“Miraflores Alta” (0.7 hectares)
It is located in the “Pago Miraflores” (Sanlúcar de Barrameda), in the “Miraflores Alta” area. It has old vineyard of mass selection of old Palomino of 50 years.
Its soils are calcareous albariza from “lentejuela” located 2.5 meters deep and “lustrillos” (clay-calcareous) on the surface.
“Camino del Puerto” (0.9 hectares)
) It is located in the “Pago Abulagar” (Chipiona). It has an old “Moscatel de Chipiona” vineyard of more than 40 years (with 40% on frank walk). Sand-soils and clayey areas.