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Pago Casa Gran, S.L.

Venta San Cristobal S/N, 46640 Mogente
Spain

Telephone +34 96 2261-004
Fax +34 96 2261-004
export@pagocasagran.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Conselleria de Agricultura Generalitat Valenciana

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 10): stand D222

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.24  Spain
  • 01.01.24.63  Valencia

Valencia

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.07  OTHER WINES
  • 01.07.05  Ecological Wines

Our products

Product category: Ecological Wines

Falcata White

Released in May next year of vintage.

Varieties
Gewurztraminer (white clay) and Moscatel (sandy soil).

Viticulture (organic)
Young vines.

Enology (organic)
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks (temperature controlled).
Each variety has fermented by its own with the native yeast.
The “battonage” of lees has been performed several months.

Depending on the conditions of grapes:
Partial Malolactic Fermentation
One part has been aged in barrel for a few months

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Product category: Ecological Wines

Falcata Rosé

Varieties
Syrah and Monastrell

Enology (organic)

Rose wine is made by direct press, it is the same process we employ to make the white wine but with red grapes.
This method is more common in France than it is in Spain for this type of wine.
Another difference of this wine is the use of native yeast in contrast to common rose wines that are fermented with comercial yeast.
These two points offer enough diferentiation for our rose that you should experience.
It has small quantity of residual sugar

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Product category: Ecological Wines

Falcata Red

Varieties
Merlot, Monastrell, Syrah and Garnacha Tintorera

Viticulture (organic certified after 2008)
Permanent cover crop to decrease yield and improve biodiversity.

Enology (organic certified after 2008)
Fermentation and  maceration in stainless steel tanks (temperature controlled). Each variety has been processed by its own with native yeast. Medium and soft extraction of tannins, punching down the cap manually.

Malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks (temperature controlled).
After malolactic fermentation the wine rest in stainless steel tanks with lees (temperature controlled).
Part of the wine is aged for 3 monts in barrels.
The release of the wine is three months after bottling.

The wine has not been stabilized can appear sediments with time.

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About us

Company details

Laso Galbis family was involved in wine making during sixties and seventies in Casa Gran and Venta S. Cristóbal. They also had the ownership of the vineyards controlling the whole process.

A new project called “PAGO CASA GRAN” was born in 2006 placed in the estate “Casa Gran” where the old winery used to be but with new facilities designed to keep the properties of the grapes that have been obtained from the vines.

All grapes employed by “PAGO CASA GRAN” have been grown in our own estates “Casa Gran” is the main and contains another called “Casa Benasal” there is one more only a few kilometres called “Altet de la Ampolla”. All properties are located in the valley called “Las Alcuzas”, Mogente, Valencia, Spain.

The wine cellar has been designed to avoid the use of pumps. The grapes, juice and the wine in process are not pumped; we use a bridge crane and carrying a 20 hl tanks. This way of manipulation reminds the solutions implemented in wineries before the pumps were developed and indicates an artisan way of manipulation.

The philosophy behind this project consist of obtaining balance in the vineyards to get the best grapes, then in the winery we try to loose as little as possible by improved processes.

As a consequence:

We are in organic agriculture since 2005 and in 2010 we move further with the progressive implantation of Institute Delinat guidelines (developed around soil alive and biodiversity).
 
In order to obtain personality for our wines, we are using native yeast for fermentation and our vines are surround by permanent cover crop that helps to make the expression of the grapes more authentic.
 
Our wines are a combination of varieties because we think it gives higher complexity and it becomes easier to keep a line for the wines over different vintages.

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