#Repost @indigowine_uk (@get_repost) ・・・ ++ NEW PRODUCER++ We're delighted to welcome Joseba from @gaintza Txakolina to our Portfolio Tasting on the 12 Feb. REGISTRATION LINK IN BIO. . . . . . José Antonio, grandfather of the current owners, used to make wine at home for family consumption and to sell locally, until they set up the Gaintza cellar in 1923. The family have a deep respect for their land and the local traditions, they own 25 hectares of vineyards, bathed by the fresh Cantabrian sea air. They have a mix of older vines on high pergolas and newer terraced plantings. They mainly grow Hondarribi Zuri, the most common and traditional grape in Txakoli production, and this is supplemented by rare red varietal Hondarribi Beltz and some Chardonnay, for their Roses and lees aged Aitako bottlings.