Organistrum is a medieval string instrument that troubadours used to play during the petry recitals that took place in villages and medieval towns leading to Santiago de Compostela.
To produce Organistrum our viticulture team selects traditional plots which have low vigour. This means they will work with vines which produce more balanced platans, with less leaves and more aired with a better sunshine exposure which will help to produce grapes with a higher aromatic concentration and thicker skins.
The first phase of alcoholic fermentation starts in stainless steel vats to then be transferred to 300L French oak barrels by the middle of it. In there, the alcoholic fermentation will come to its end to then complete the malolactic one. Throughout the fermentations is when the battonate is made, twice a week. Afterwards, and when both fermentations have finished, the whole wine spends 6 months aging in the same oak.