Celler del Roure Cullerot Blanco


Celler del Roure is making very interesting wines  with local grape varieties in the Valencia area. Many of these old, indigenous varieties are largely forgotten and Cullerot highlights three of them (Verdil, Tortosina, and Merseguera) together with Pedro Ximénez, Macabeo, Malvasía,  and others. In addition to their focus on indigenous grape varieties, Celler del Roure is employing traditional vinifications methods: hand harvesting, fermenting with native yeasts in stone lagars, and aging in very old clay amphorae. Cullerot has a bit of skin contact, and is medium bodied with notes of stone fruit, tropical notes, apple skin, and clay-y minerality. A great, truly interesting, “almost-orange” skin contact white wine, for less than €20.


Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines

Colour Cloudy lemon yellow
Nose Peaches, ripe and juicy, honeysuckle and lemon
Palate Clean and refreshing, with tastes of lemon/lime, melon, green apple and grapefruit

Fact Sheet

Size 75 cl
Grape Variety 30% of Pedro Ximénez, 30% of Macabeo, 10% of Verdil, 10% of Merseguera, 10% of Malvasía and 10% of Chardonnay
Alcohol % 12.5%
Style Medium bodied orange white
Estate/Producer Celler del Roure
Country Spain
Region Valencia
Vintage 2021
Vinification hand harvesting, fermenting with native yeasts in stone lagar’s, and aging in very old clay amphorae
Closure Natural cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Drink now with some cellar potential

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