70% Garnacha, 30% Monastrell
The fruit is sourced from various estate parcels with an average age of about 20 years.
Their vineyards are located in the north of the appellation which is the best area as it has the higher elevation and the sandy soils that make it possible to grow ungrafted vines.
sand and chalk
functionally organic. harvest is done by hand.
fermentation is done in tank after a short maceration with the skins to extract a bit of color.
no oak aging.
The perfumed and peachy 2017 Rosado was bottled in October 2017 with more Garnacha in the blend than in previous years, almost a blanc de noirs, without skin contact. It has a pale bright-pink color, a fruit-driven nose, with notes of berries and a hint of roses, and a very tasty palate with a pleasant bitterness in the finish. 85,000 bottles.
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