I started drinking wine (very occasionally, though) about a year ago and I blame a white wine from Extremadura called Primavera Blanco. I had not heard of it until suddenly everybody started talking about it. Some of my friends and even my mum (a non drinker) became good fans of it, so when I went home in December last year I gave it a try at a Christmas dinner with friends at a local restaurant in Don Benito.
I could not believe I liked it. Me. Liking wine. That was news. It tasted so soft, sweet and fruity and was so easy to drink! I have tried hundreds of wines with the hope of getting into it, but to no avail. What did they do with Primavera Blanco to make it so drinkable?
A few weeks afterwards I watched a video where a representative of Bodegas Sani, the producers, explained how the wine was made. She said this particular wine was targeting first-time drinkers and could get people into liking wine. Well, they certainly succeeded with me and many people I know, so give it a try when you are in Extremadura.
|Name of product: Sani Primavera Blanco
Type of grape: 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol volume: 10%
Winery: Bodegas Sani, Almendralejo (Badajoz)
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Irene Corchado Resmella
I'm a UK-based independent Spanish legal translator working as ICR Translations. On Piggy Traveller, I share my home region of Extremadura with the world to encourage travellers to discover a different Spain. Serial migrant. Russophile. Married to a Scot. I also blog on The Home Reporter and The Curiolancer. Follow me on Instagram.