The Finca was founded in 1999 by Rafa Bernabé and his wife Olga in the village of Villena in the heart of Alicante, and is now one of the area's most important wineries. Everything is organic and the estate's focus on obscure and unusual grape varieties has set the benchmark for terroir-driven wines from the region. The various vineyards are comprised of chalky clay-calcareous soils, and are broken down into parcels by grape variety. Each parcel is treated differently in the cellar and no more than 3,000 bottles of each cuvee is produced. Tragolargo ('Long Drink') Blanco is a blend of manually harvested Moscatel (70%) and Malvasia (30%) grapes and is neither filtered not fined.
Look for aromas of fresh citrus fruits and fennel with a touch of ripe pear. On the palate, medium bodied with a fresh acidity and pronounced minerality. The tannins are subtle and the finish short and clean. Drink with a Waldorf salad, spaghetti with clams or vegetable spring rolls.