Txakoli from Getaria
Buy excellent quality white wine with the Getariako Txakolina denomination of origin
Denomination of Origin
Mokoroa txakoli winery is located in Gipuzkoa, in the Basque Country. It is situated in Zarautz next to Getaria, where Getariako Txakolina D.O. gets its name. Getariako Txakolina extends throughout the province of Gipuzkoa. This Denomination of Origin is one of the three, along with Araba and Bizkaia, authorized to produce Txakoli in the Basque Country.
You can also visit the winery and vineyards
Opinions of customers who have visited us*
Nos ha encantado la visita! Muy bien explicado y las vistas espectaculares. El Txakoli estupendo. Nos hemos llevado una caja de 12, incluyendo rosado, que no lo habíamos probado nunca. Muy recomendable!
Una de las mejores vistas que he visto, el propietario, José Antonio, fue genial, nos mostró los alrededores y nos hizo sentir como en casa. Qué vista tan espectacular del Atlántico Norte. ¿Qué más puedo decir? Una visita obligada y definitivamente volveré.
Toki zoragarria eta Mokoroa familiaren tratua ezin hobea
Precioso lugar y servicio inmejorable de la familia Mokoroa
About Txakoli from Getaria
What does D.O Getariako Txakolina mean?
The Getariako Txakolina Denomination of Origin was created in 1989, it is the oldest of all those that we find today. This DO controls and guarantees the quality of the wine that is being consumed from the origin of the grape.
At first, it only covered the vineyards located in the municipality of Getaria, but in 2007 it expanded its domains to the entire province of Gipuzkoa.
The best way to identify a Txakoli from Getaria is to look at the Guarantee Seal that we find on the bottles, thus making sure that the wine we are tasting complies with everything contained in the regulations and regulations of this D.O.
What type of grape is used for txakoli?
WHITE TXAKOLI: For white txakoli, the autochthonous white vine variety is Hondarrabi Zuri, but it also has a percentage of Chardonnay that is harvested when it reaches the optimal ripeness criteria for the production of a top-quality Txakoli.
ROSÉ TXAKOLI: For the rosé, the autochthonous variety of white vine is the Hondarrabi Zuri, but they also have a percentage of ink called Hondarrabi Beltza that is harvested when it reaches the optimal maturation criteria for the production of a top quality Txakoli.
How many varieties of txakoli are there?
The best known and most popular is the white Txakoli, then the rosé Txakoli and finally the red, with less presence.
The Mokoroa winery produces the White Txakoli and the Pink Txakoli.
Both the white and the rosé are two young wines, covered by the Getariako Txakolina Denomination of Origin.
With what to pair Txakoli wine?
Both the white and rosé txakoli are ideal as an aperitif or with any type of vegetables, fish or white meat. It is also a perfect combination to enjoy good pintxos from the Basque Country or more exotic cuisines such as Oriental or South American.
At what temperature is txakoli drunk?
It is recommended to serve cold, between 6º and 8 ºC.
How to preserve the txakoli?
- Place the txakoli bottle horizontally.
- Away from heating and air conditioning.
- Avoid direct sunlight.
- In an area where there are no sudden changes in temperature.