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here we introduce the COPABOCA winemaking team and wine regions where we produce fine grapes for a solid portfolio of wines from Spain.

here we introduce the COPABOCA winemaking team and wine regions where we produce fine grapes for a solid portfolio of wines from Spain.

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    • Bodegas  CopaBoca  A  modern  equipment  for  winemaking  
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca   Top  winemaking  team.  Over  54  years  of  combined  experience  in  RUEDA,  RIBERA  and  TORO  
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca   Top  produc6on  team.  A  young,  energeAc  team  at    boCling,  packaging  and  farming  secAon.  
    • 6th.  genera6on  vi6culturists.  Bodegas  CopaBoca  
    • Suppor6ve  team  present  at  each  event   and  dinner  Bodegas  CopaBoca  
    • What  is  COPA’  Unique  Selling   ProposiAon   •  What  has  Copaboca  to  offer?   •  Which  are  key  factors  of  success?   •  How  to  show  its  benefits  to  Wine  trade?  Bodegas  CopaBoca  
    • A  Environmentally  responsible  firm.   •  COPA  and  the  NGO’  SEO/BirdLife  has   been  working  on  bird  conservaAon   programs.   •  Copaboca  winery  supports  birdlife   and  nature   –  As  part  of  “Horizon  Natura  2000”     The   largest   bird   protecAon   areas   within   the   European  Union.   Donor  countries:     Norway,  Switzerland,   Liechstenstein.   h#p://www.birdlife.org/worldwide/na4onal/spain/index.html  
    • COPA  supports  bird  and  natural  life   •  The  Alonso-­‐Galindo  family,  supports  SEO,  an   NGO  affiliated  to  BirdLife  Int.   •  re-­‐inves4ng  5%  of  net  profits,   •  A  European  Union  environmental  protec4on   program  “Horizon  Natura  2000  network”   funds  food  products  from  Natural  Reserve  and   Bird  Sanctuaries  .  
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca  The VERDEJO grape varietalBy Jancis Robinson.•  -­‐”the   local   Verdejo   grape   is   responsible   for   the   most   exci4ng   and   dis4nc4ve   examples,   although   Sauvignon   Blanc   is   oUen   blended   with  it.  •  -­‐”has   the   most   fruit   concentra4on   –   like   greengages   with   an   electric   shock   –   but   both   should   appeal   to   those   looking   for   an   alterna4ve   to   Sancerre   or   Marlborough   Sauvignon  Blanc”-­‐  
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca  •  -­‐”Galicias  Albariño  and  Ruedas   Verdejo   are   two   white   grape   varie4es   of   undisputable   class   and  interest.  •  Verdejo   having   been   rescued   only   fairly   recently   from   obscurity”-­‐.    
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca  •  -­‐”Verdejo  is  light  yellowish  gold  in  color.    •  Stonefruit  with  tropical  fruit  and  citrus  on  the  nose.    •  On   the   palate,   orchard   fruit,   melon,   tropical   and   citrus  notes  with  a  li#e  white  pepper  and  spice.    •  Vibrant   acidity   with   a   clean   finish.   Very   approachable  and  quaffable.  •  Incredibly  fresh.  Grassy  but  also  apricot  flavours  and   a  touch  of  spice  even  without  oak.  Bright  fruit.    •  Very   clean   and   long.   Ripe   fruit   and   s4ll   very   fresh.   Mouthfilling  but  elegant  too”-­‐.  
    • Bodegas  CopaBoca  The  TEMPRANILLO    grape  varietal   •  -­‐”The   tempranillo   grape   is   one   of   the   World   most  famous  grape  varietal”.   •  Tipically   shows   a   deep   red   colour,   spicy   and   red   fruit   aromas,   such   as   cherry,   raspberry,   wildberry   and   with   oak   ageing,   leather,   liquorice,  game.   •  Finest  Spanish  wines  are  made  of  tempranillo   grapes   grown   in   Duero   valley   (Pingus,   Vega   Sicilia,   Protos,  Pesquera,  Thermania/Numanthia  )   •  top   winemakers   love   it   (Lurton,   LMVH,   Peter   Sisseck,   Bernard  Magrez,    Telmo  Rodriguez,  ..)   DOC  TORO  
    • Food  Quality  :      Sustainable  vi6culture  and  winemaking:      “marca  natural”  +  BRC  +  IFS.  •  Copaboca   holds   a   B.R.C   and   I.F.S.   winemaking  cer4fica4on.  •  Safe  Inert-­‐gas  bo#ling  processes.  •  CO2  neutral  winemaking  processes,   •  Thanks  to  our  120  Has  of  pine  forests.  Bodegas  CopaBoca