Tajinaste is made entirely from the local listan blanco grapes harvested by hand in small boxes to prevent bruising. The 2014 dry white (blanco on the bottle) is a pale straw-yellow colour. One the nose it's got a clear note of green apple and a hint of pineapple. In the mouth, well-balanced acidity, more green apple, a touch of fennel and pineapple and a floral aftertaste. In short, a lovely crisp white with the intensity you expect from a Canarian wine.
In short, a lovely crisp white with the intensity you expect from a Canarian wine. Great served well-chilled with fish and rice dishes or drunk alone on a terrace as the sun sets.
At around seven or eight euros a bottle this is good value and worth buying ahead of similarly priced Spanish whites.
Here's the winery website.